This is Lee’s second solo show at the gallery. It will include 18 of his recent paintings about the remnants of human struggles in the urban world.
“Whenever I look at walls in back alleys and side streets, I find myself inspired by the marks, cracks, nails, hinges, windows, and graffiti on them,” said Lee. “They reflect our existence and also our efforts to adapt and to alter that existence in the concrete jungle.”
Lee received his BFA from Concordia University, Canada, and his MFA from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has taught drawing and printmaking at Hong Kong Polytechnic University and has received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Greater Columbus Art Council.
Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts Gallery is located in downtown Binghamton on the first two floors of 186 State Street.
The exhibition is open April 6–27 with a reception on April 6, 6–9 p.m.
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