Leonard Kogan lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland. The compositional structure in his works represents fragmentary set-stages, painterly encounters of bodies and organisms. Kogan’s works are synthesis of ubiquitous, trivial, marginal and dislocated. The paintings are saturated with associative flashbacks, emotional and social references. The coloristic spectrum of Kogan’s works are stretches from impressionistic and melodramatic palette to lurid and psychedelic hues. Leonard’s works have been featured in a number of literary and art magazines.