The Sculptures The figurative pieces are intentional androgynous and stylised in a way to highlight certain aspects of the pose but still remain identifiable. Using a fuller figure adds to the solidity of the piece whilst still keeping a delicate nature to certain features. All the pieces are attractively tactile and have a resonance to them inviting touch. He is happiest when the pieces can be touched and not only visually enjoyed. He’s aware that as soon as the pieces are finished the works take on a life of there own. Finding there own reason for existence in the minds of the viewer. If you have any enquires or questions on the work please leave a message or comment in the guest book or send me an email and I will be happy to reply.
Biography: About the Sculptor Born in Middlesbrough in 1971 Lee studied art in the Cleveland college of Art and Design He went on to the University of Ulster where he specialised in Ceramics graduating in 1993 with a degree in Fine craft design. In 2004 he attended Limavady college of further and higher education where he studied Stone masonry. It was here where he developed his skill and love of stone sculpture. Exhibitions and events Feb 2005 Commissioned to produce the Glens community association plaque May 2005 Creative show Limavady July 2005 Heritage crafts fare – Limavady Country Park oct 2005 island irish art gallery autum exhibition
Country: United Kingdom (Great Britain)
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