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Art that is joyful and sophisticated.

LEANNE FINK is an American artist known for her visually dynamic and color filled landscapes. Delighting viewers with strong shapes and textural elements, her oil paintings awaken the senses and move the spirit. She brings a masterful sense of color's therapeutic value to every composition, reaching through to the heart of the art lover for further contemplation. 

The artist lives and works in Hamilton, Virginia, a suburb of the greater Washington, DC region. She draws inspiration from places far away and close to home. Exploring other cultures, countries, and climates fuels her passion to paint by providing imagery of cities, antiquities, land and sea. The pastoral surroundings of her Northern Virginia residence nourish her need to feel the more peaceful rhythms of the Earth.

LEANNE STATES, "I look to the beauty of the natural world for inspiration. Although I enjoy exploring dream imagery and conceptual art, I seem to always return to the land. It's like a sacred trust. A feeling of joy takes over when I work on a landscape. Doesn't matter if I am out in the field or in my studio. I enjoy both. Perhaps I am painting for posterity in order to preserve what may not be around in the future. Perhaps I am painting to help heal the spirit. I do not fully know the answer. 

"Art can be a powerful tool. It has a way of steering the conversation. My wish is that my work will uplift those who view it. On a deeper level, I hope it will raise awareness for the fragile beauty that surrounds us.

"I enjoy both painting en plein air and creating in my studio. Working out in the field grounds my spirit to the Earth. I find it very relaxing, almost meditative. In the studio, I tend to work larger and take the time to explore existential concepts along with more complex compositions. To follow art is a calling. The drive to create is never ending. It is lifelong." 

THE ARTIST is represented by District Arts Gallery in Frederick, Maryland. Her work has been selected by the US Department of State's Art in Embassies Program and is currently on exhibition at the US Embassy in Amman, Jordan. In addition, Leanne's art can be viewed in the Manhattan Arts International Artist Showcase Gallery as well as Gallery 75 at The Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, Virginia. Her paintings are in the permanent collection of Inova Schar Cancer Institute - Lansdowne, Virginia, and in corporate and private collections worldwide. Leanne has received numerous awards of excellence for her work.

IN THE FABRIC OF LIFE, many threads are woven. Art has been a way of life and a family tradition since early childhood. Leanne grew up in New Jersey. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Seton Hall University and pursued a commercial career as an art director. She began her own ad agency in the New York metropolitan area. Later, she earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University. Never relinquishing her hold on the thread of art, Leanne was in private practice in the Washington, DC region with her husband for two decades. During that time she pursued portrait commissions. Upon retiring from chiropractic, her life came full circle. She considers her return to oil painting a gift to be treasured every day.

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District Arts Gallery

15 North Market Street

Frederick, MD   21701


Manhattan Arts International Artist Showcase Gallery-NYC

Gallery 75 

The Torpedo Factory Art Center

105 North Union Street

Alexandria, VA  22314



  • American Impressionist Society

  • National Oil & Acrylic Painters' Society

  • The Art League, Alexandria, VA

  • The Loudoun Sketch Club (President 2019)

  • Franklin Park Arts Center Art Advisory Board


  • Art in Embassies: 3 Questions Digital Series with Leanne Fink, April 2022

  • Joe Motheral: "At Home or Abroad, Painting is Her Passion", Country Zest & Style, Spring 2022, pp. 46-47

  • Leanne Fink: "Fresh Perspectives", Elan Magazine, April 2020, pp. 22-25

  • Melinda Gipson: "Four Women Headline 'Near and Far' Art Show", Leesburg Lifestyle Magazine, February 2020, pp. 24-27

  • Jim Sisley: "Source Image: Uplifting Souls with Color", Get Out Loudoun, July 2018, pp. 6-7

  • Carolyn Edlund: "Featured Artist Leanne Fink", Artsy Shark, May 2018

  • Elaine A. Watt: "Artists in Middleburg Exhibit 'Love in the 'Burg'", Middleburg Life, March 2018, pp. 26-27

  • Morgan Hensley: "The Art of the 'Country Way'", Middleburg Life, February 2017, pp. 4-5

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