Lee Stroncek Gallery
Lee Stroncek’s art is noted for his subtle and sensitive use of light, color and atmosphere. He says, “A good painting can come out of any subject, past or present. It may be a familiar, perhaps even mundane, scene that one encounters daily or a one-time experience that so moves the artist that he or she is compelled to record the impression.”
A full-time artist since 1980, Stroncek’s works are included in private collections throughout the U.S., including the L.L. Bean Co. of Freeport, ME. His works have appeared in such publications as “Sports Afield,” “Field & Stream,” “Fly Fisherman,” “Trout,” “Southwest Art,” “Wildlife Art,” “Sporting Classics,” “Yankee,” and “In-Fisherman” magazines. His works were chosen for the 1985 and 1988 California Wild Trout Stamp print design, and he has shown in several “Birds in Art” exhibitions at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.