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Fannie Lee

     With a background in weaving, sewing, and three-dimensional fiber sculpture, Fannie Lee uses fibers and fabrics to create work in multiple layers of materials, both transparent and opaque. She uses transfer techniques and photographic images to develop fiber collages. The “Rainbow Moon Series” is the beginning of a new exploration into fantasy and memories. Ms. Lee is a first–generation, Chinese-American artist. She was born in New York City, studied weaving at Kent State University, and later attended Syracuse University for graduate work in fiber sculpture. Her fiber work has been exhibited in both local and national shows. Private and corporate collectors commissioned many of her works. For the last ten years, her large-scale work has evolved into intimate fiber collages using fiber texture to represent layers of memories.

 


Rainbow Moon series #1”, 2005
15"x15”
fiber collage

Rainbow Moon series #2”, 2005
15"x15”
fiber collage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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