Lawrence Lee biography:
Lawrence Lee has had a career as a professional artist since the 1970’s. He was born in Arkansas and raised in Tucson, Arizona, and has variously resided in those places as well as in Patagonia, Arizona and Ambergris Caye, Belize.
An artist and poet, Lawrence W. Lee creates symbolic Native American images, many of them reflective of his own personal journey. In 1969, Lawrence studied and received a BFA and an Masters in Education in 1970 from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.
I wrote and illustrated a children’s book titled The Mirror, which is widely regarded as the first children’s book to be illustrated with color images done entirely on a computer.
Since that time, Mr. Lee has been fascinated with Native American people and their culture. His creations draw the viewer into the scene.
His work is in the permanent collections of the Tucson Museum of Art and the Tucson Desert Art Museum, as well as others.
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“Talking Stick Brave”
acrylic 36″ x 48″
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