Lawrence Lee

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Lawrence Lee

Paintings by Lawrence W. Lee are spectacularly unique. He has been showing his work in fine galleries across America and in Europe and Asia for over forty years. He is most noted for his iconic representations of shamanistic figures.

HONORS:
CONTEMPORARY WESTERN ARTISTS:1982-85
AMERICAN ARTISTS OF RENOWN: 1981-82
WHO'S WHO IN THE WEST (23rd Edition): 1992
MOUNTAIN OYSTER CLUB: ARTIST MEMBER

PERFORMANCES:
Played "Henry" in the Tucson Music Theater production of "The Fantasticks" (March 2002)

EDUCATION:
BFA, Northern Arizona University 1969 Magna Cum Laude
MA in Art Education, Northern Arizona University 1970

PUBLICATIONS:
"The Mirror", published by Harbinger House (1989), Author and Illustrator
"Living With an Impostor" (2007) Author, Designer
"POEMS 2012" (2012) Author, Designer
"A Field Guide to Dragons" (2015) Author, Designer
"The Poetic Bond VI" (2016) ["Still Life," "Cynic"] Willowdown Books
"The Making of Spirit Garden" (2016)

MEDIA:
Acrylic on canvas
Bronze
Giclée
Electronic/Digital

FEATURE ARTICLES:

Southwest Art Magazine (March 1998 and April 2004)
American Artist Magazine
Arizona Collector's Guide
CreativPaper 2016 (December)

MAJOR EXHIBITIONS:

(Partial listing.)
Minotaur Fine Arts, Ltd., Las Vegas
Walton-Gilbert Galleries, San Francisco
Joy Tash Gallery, Scottsdale
Sanders Gallery, Tucson
Via Gambaro Gallery, Washington, D. C.
Ratliff-Williams Gallery, Sedona
El Presidio Gallery, Tucson
Joan Cawley Gallery, Santa Fe/Scottsdale
Americana West Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Shadow Mountain Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming ...

Lawrence Lee

Paintings by Lawrence W. Lee are spectacularly unique. He has been showing his work in fine galleries across America and in Europe and Asia for over forty years. He is most noted for his iconic representations of shamanistic figures.

HONORS:
CONTEMPORARY WESTERN ARTISTS:1982-85
AMERICAN ARTISTS OF RENOWN: 1981-82
WHO'S WHO IN THE WEST (23rd Edition): 1992
MOUNTAIN OYSTER CLUB: ARTIST MEMBER

PERFORMANCES:
Played "Henry" in the Tucson Music Theater production of "The Fantasticks" (March 2002)

EDUCATION:
BFA, Northern Arizona University 1969 Magna Cum Laude
MA in Art Education, Northern Arizona University 1970

PUBLICATIONS:
"The Mirror", published by Harbinger House (1989), Author and Illustrator
"Living With an Impostor" (2007) Author, Designer
"POEMS 2012" (2012) Author, Designer
"A Field Guide to Dragons" (2015) Author, Designer
"The Poetic Bond VI" (2016) ["Still Life," "Cynic"] Willowdown Books
"The Making of Spirit Garden" (2016)

MEDIA:
Acrylic on canvas
Bronze
Giclée
Electronic/Digital

FEATURE ARTICLES:

Southwest Art Magazine (March 1998 and April 2004)
American Artist Magazine
Arizona Collector's Guide
CreativPaper 2016 (December)

MAJOR EXHIBITIONS:

(Partial listing.)
Minotaur Fine Arts, Ltd., Las Vegas
Walton-Gilbert Galleries, San Francisco
Joy Tash Gallery, Scottsdale
Sanders Gallery, Tucson
Via Gambaro Gallery, Washington, D. C.
Ratliff-Williams Gallery, Sedona
El Presidio Gallery, Tucson
Joan Cawley Gallery, Santa Fe/Scottsdale
Americana West Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Shadow Mountain Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
Adagio Gallery, Palm Springs & Palm Desert
International Art Exposition, Gifu, Japan
Beth O'Donnell Gallery, Aspen
Gallery 13, New York
Alex Gallery, Paris, France

(Including over 30 one-man shows at these and other galleries.)

INSTITUTIONAL AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

(Partial listing.)
IBM Corporate Collection
Greyhound Corporation
E.F. Hutton Corporate Collection
Ruhr-West Museum
Bank One Walter Bimson Collection
Atlas Steel Corporate Collection
Indianapolis Museum of Art
The Arizona Bank
The Eiteljorg Collection, Indianapolis
Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale
Tucson Desert Art Museum Permanent Collection
Dell Webb Corporate Collection, Phoenix
Northern Arizona University Library
M.D. Buyline Corporate Collection, Dallas
Scottsdale Center for the Arts Permanent Collection
New Mexico Museum of Art
Tucson Museum of Art

(Plus over 1,000 private collections in the United States, Japan, China, and Europe.)

Many Stars
Many Stars
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Twohorn
Twohorn
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  • 40 x 30 in
Ring Shaman
Ring Shaman
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  • 40 x 30 x 1.5 in
Three Feathers
Three Feathers
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  • 36 x 36 x 1.5 in
RedCoat
RedCoat
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  • 48 x 36 x 1.5 in
Crane Shaman
Crane Shaman
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Shaman's Fire Miniature
Shaman's Fire Miniature
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  • 8 x 8 in
Silent Shaman Miniature
Silent Shaman Miniature
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  • 8 x 8 in
Field and Valley Miniature
Field and Valley Miniature
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  • 8 x 8 in
Dark Shaman In Red
Dark Shaman In Red
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  • 16 x 16 in
Passing
Passing
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Lowering Miniature
Lowering Miniature
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  • 8 x 8 in
Cloudsun Miniature
Cloudsun Miniature
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Cleft Miniature
Cleft Miniature
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  • 8 x 8 in
Beach Miniature
Beach Miniature
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  • 10.5 x 10.5 x 0.75 in
Dream Bug
Dream Bug
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  • 16 x 16 in
Brujo Del Desierto
Brujo Del Desierto
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Purple Haze
Purple Haze
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  • 16 x 16 x 1.5 in
Shaman Seeker Study
Shaman Seeker Study
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  • 16 x 16 in
The Shaman Waits
The Shaman Waits
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  • 20 x 13 x 1.25 in
Dream Weaver
Dream Weaver
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  • 21 x 14 x 1.25 in
Seven Fifteen
Seven Fifteen
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  • 16 x 16 in
First Heat
First Heat
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Morning Mirage
Morning Mirage
  • 21 x 21 x 1 in
  • $1,274.00
Deer Heart
Deer Heart
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