|Leonard is a retired Delta, B.C. teacher. He moved to Vancouver over 35 years ago from Winnipeg and raised his family here. As a teenager he received private art lessons from a local artist and in high school attended weekly art classes at the University of Manitoba. Over the years he has continued to take many different art classes and adapt his style accordingly. His hobbies include qigong, toastmasters, and of course, his passion, watercolor and acrylic painting. Leonard has always been intrigued by these mediums because of the magical way water and color transform the canvas. The whole creative process and the energy that goes into each painting differ, and as a result each experience is unique; this is something that Leonard loves being an artist. His interest in subject matter varies widely from landscapes, to Westcoast boating scenes, abstracts, and florals, and he loves to play with different styles. His wish is that you enjoy his art as much as he does in giving form to it.|
Leonard Shane's Guestbook
|Leonard Shane's autumn is the most golden Autumn ever seen!|
Just wonderful! Amazing artwork! Looking at this artwork you realize the beauty of the autumn, its golden shine and fresh a bit cold light wind!
(Judy, 15 August 2014)
|Such a colorful expression of autumn. Very beautiful.|
(Maranda, 12 November 2013)
|We are all missing summer and want to feel that warm and sun shine. Looking at the picture you can f.../...|
(Merry, 7 November 2013)
MR. SHANE!! u used to be my teacher in grade 4!...dunno if u remember me
(Varun Sahota, 20 November 2008)
You phoned our school about buying cards for year end functions etc.....so I thought I would go on your website and take a look. I really liked some of your paintings especially "the Breaking Surf "and "Reflections". Not prepared to buy any right now but I will keep it in mind.
(MS, 11 June 2008)
dange this is a pretty nice piece da colors are goog
(james m. Astle, 5 January 2007)
I saw one of your paintings in an Esquires coffee shop and quite liked it. Checked out the website, and just wanted to pass along how much I enjoy Reflections and The Sea Comes Alive (I think), as well as your watercolour land/sea scapes. I'll start saving my pennies! Cheers and best wishes, keep up the great work!
(C, 11 August 2006)
|Carnations in Vase|
This is a test of the message system.
(Leonard, 6 July 2006)