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Yoon Lee Limited Edition Print

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Yoon Lee Limited Edition Print

775.00

Headlands Tournesol Awardee 2005
Evacuation Comp, 2006
14” x 5.5”, digital pigment print

Yoon Lee creates large-scale Sintra panels of flowing abstractions, combining synthetic materials and vibrant colors with graceful, multi-layered fields that evoke natural phenomenon. Lee’s process involves composing work on a computer from photographs and then precision-pouring acrylic and latex paints onto panels. This meticulous process preserves a sense of the paint’s natural fluidity and creates paintings that spin and swirl like energy vortexes. Lee has exhibited at Pierogi, Brooklyn; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Marx & Zavattero and Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco; and Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles. Lee is a recipient of the Fleishhacker Foundation Eureka Fellowship, the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, and the San Jose Museum of Art’s Eduardo Carrillo Prize. Lee received her BA from the University of San Diego, California, and her MFA in Painting from San Francisco Art Institute. She lives and works in San Francisco.

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Headlands Tournesol Awardee 2005
Evacuation Comp, 2006
14” x 5.5”, digital pigment print

Yoon Lee creates large-scale Sintra panels of flowing abstractions, combining synthetic materials and vibrant colors with graceful, multi-layered fields that evoke natural phenomenon. Lee’s process involves composing work on a computer from photographs and then precision-pouring acrylic and latex paints onto panels. This meticulous process preserves a sense of the paint’s natural fluidity and creates paintings that spin and swirl like energy vortexes. Lee has exhibited at Pierogi, Brooklyn; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Marx & Zavattero and Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco; and Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles. Lee is a recipient of the Fleishhacker Foundation Eureka Fellowship, the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, and the San Jose Museum of Art’s Eduardo Carrillo Prize. Lee received her BA from the University of San Diego, California, and her MFA in Painting from San Francisco Art Institute. She lives and works in San Francisco.