Monet’s Spring by Leslie Cerier; Copyright © 2016 Leslie Cerier. All Rights Reserved to Leslie Cerier.
This is one of 4 photographs to be chosen for the virtual exhibit “Creative Women Leading Action Change” Umass Fine Arts Center from April 16-June 30, 2021.
The other 3 besides “Monet’s Spring” are “Water Visions”, “Jeweled Water”, and “Red and Gold Leaves”; Cick here to see them and all 2o of Leslie’s Impressionistic Nature Photographs.
Like impressionist artists, I am passionate about light, water, and landscapes. When I take my camera into the woods, I feel my connection with the forest, as if meditating – a way to get back to my true nature.
The sun calls me to a particular spot and I click the shutter when I see rich afternoon light. “Photographing the Jewels in the Water” is about inspiration and healing – about being so present in the moment that everything vibrates and shines; I see perfection in nature – patterns artistic jewels that reveal themselves.
My photography is a reflection of the peaceful energy I find in the woods; living in the moment, I capture beauty as I click the shutter.
Leslie’s art is for sale.
And hangs in private homes, hospitals, offices, and used by interior designers, Feng Shui consultants, musicians, and physical therapists for their own inspiration and healing.
To see all 20 of Leslie’s Impressionistic Nature Photographs, please click here
I am proud to be one of the 80 artists’ in this amazing virtual gallery to inspire action, awareness and much more regarding climate change. Please click here to see the whole exhibit virtually until June 30th, 2021.
Leslie Cerier is an award winning nature photographer, internationally known, as “The Organic Gourmet” farm to table chef, author, cooking coach, recipe developer, motivational speaker, TV chef, who trains chefs worldwide. Leslie loves to share all that she has gleamed from her life long pursuit of heath and happiness.