Jeff Blazejovsky was born and raised in Northeastern Ct. Starting in childhood, he always had the natural ability to draw and paint. While growing up he loved to read and study the works of famous artists and illustrators such as Norman Rockwell, Tom Lovell, and Andrew Wyeth to name a few. Entering adulthood he began to develop his own artistic style. Now retired, he can pursue his passion and love of art full time as a second career.
Jeff describes his style as realistic with the subject matter unlimited. Light, reflection, and a high level of detail are characteristics of his work. Jeff's medium of choice is watercolor, which he first started using in high school art classes. He also enjoys using graphite and colored pencil. While unlimited, his favorite subjects include antique and classic vehicles as well as portraits.
He has earned an Associate Degree in Fine Art from Manchester Community College. He is a member of the Manchester Art Association, The Tolland Art Association, The New Britain Museum of Art, and Arts Center East of Vernon, Ct. Each of these associations and venues have displayed his works. Awards include.
Academic Artists Association Graphic Arts Wholesale Frame Award 2017
Arts Center East. Peoples Choice Award 2017
Manchester Art Association 2nd place award, 2016, 2015, 2010
Manchester Art Association 1st place award, 2009