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.debris. Mobilities

turtles swimming with marine debris

Lee Lee drawing of sea turtle on stone lithograph
stone lithograph of pressed plastic bag, pencil & tea stain | 2011
printed under James Koga, Honolulu Academy of Arts 2002
watercolor of sea turtle by Lee Lee
sea turtle watercolor by Lee Lee
watercolor painting of sea turtles by Lee Lee
watercolor with torched .debris. collage | 2014
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.debris. Mobilities

Chateau de la Napoule

Do you see what I see?

Whale family by Lee Lee

A Fine Art Experience for Children & Everyone Else

This show is for you—to inspire you to see art in your own way.  To share what you see.  To ask the people around you what they see.  When we share our experience with others, we are connected. We form a community

Maybe something at this show will excite you. You will go home and keep thinking of it. That thought, can be called a spark and it means your creative fire has been lit.  Keep the fire alive and continue to think, talk and draw about what you have seen.  You will feel more a part of everything if you do.

My son, Thatcher Gray was four when I was invited to attend this residency geared towards creating work for children. I felt an urgency in communicating what I had learned about chemical and plastic pollution because of the challenge they present to the next generation. Works created during the residency are viewed here. We were asked to provide an interactive element for the exhibition, and the suggestion launched the project into becoming a platform for an international response to chemical and plastic pollution.

.debris. gallery installation at the Chateau de la Napoule
Residency installation view of .debris. at the Chateau de la Napoule: test run
Lee Lee paintings of debris
Lee Lee painting of harbor seal & debris
Lee Lee painting of Alewives
Lee Lee painting of Tuna
Lee Lee painting of beluga whales
Lee Lee debris installation
Lee Lee shark painting
Lee Lee plankton collages
Lee Lee plankton assemblage
Lee Lee plankton painting with marine debris
Lee Lee installation at the Chateau de la Napoule