Do Justice On Art – Reflections While On Jury Duty (February 2016)
with No Comments

Free Will. Do Justice On Art I once had an art appreciator and colleague ask me something out of the ordinary along the lines of: “Are you worried or have you ever thought what someone might do to your art … Read More

Natural Stone’s Lode Inspires Creativity (2012)
with No Comments

When I worked for an architectural stone fabricator, I was always in awe of their natural stone collection in the showroom and warehouse. Each slab displayed its own unique pattern and color, inspiring creativity every day. It’s no wonder people would want these timeless … Read More

Jenny S.W. Lee Digital Designs and Renderings
with No Comments

Graphic designs created with Adobe Creative Suite applications, specifically Photoshop. Online and print marketing collateral for products and services. Digital designs and freehand sketches created with AutoCAD 2-D “FRAME OF MIND: macrocosm vs microcosm” is a conceptual digital design that represents the … Read More

Jenny S.W. Lee Mixed Media & Paintings
with No Comments

Mixed Media Paintings and Art with Found Objects My main art styles are conceptualism and expressionism, using mixed media. I like to experiment with the concept of how combinations of geometry, colors and textures trigger emotions, so that I seek to … Read More

Making History In Poland’s Sanctuaries (August 2012)
with No Comments

A few months ago, I immersed myself in a meditative project at the White Stork Synagogue (the only surviving synagogue in Wroclaw since the Holocaust) in Poland. Handshouse Studio’s “Learn by Doing” approach has inspired individuals and students of various disciplines to … Read More

Fostering Creativity In Youths (2010-2011)
with No Comments

As an Instructor at Salem Cyberspace from 2010-2011, my tasks involved designing, developing, and presenting art curriculum to school-age children from underserved families as part of the non-profit afterschool Art Enrichment Program. From program planning to preserving the limited budget, I developed lessons, activities, and exercises to … Read More

Artist-In-Residence Program in Amsterdam (July 2009)
with No Comments

There were special moments in each place I have traveled. Amsterdam was probably my most enjoyable trip. I was there creating art in an Artist-in-Residence program (view some artworks here). What made this experience so special was a combination of being … Read More