Amy Lee (b. 1980) has been practicing art since late 2012, when she came to drawing detailed landscapes, buildings, and portraits in pencil--following a single
art class required for elective credits. Since then, she has branched out into a variety of mediums from ball-point pens and traditional paints, to digital creations
made with tablet, technology, and expressive coding. She is bilingual, and enjoys discovering and developing simple interactive elements to display by web archives.
Her location is Houston, TX.
BA of Arts +Technology, University of Oregon, Eugene Oregon 2019.
Postbaccalaureate Study of Studio Arts Painting, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder Colorado 2013-15.
BA of Chinese Language and Literatures with Minor in Classics, Portland State University, Portland Oregon 2012.
Ways of Seeing, John Berger, 1972. The Volcano Lover, Susan Sontag, 1992. A Magical Glowing Forest Made With Light And Code, Liz Stinson for Wired online. Jan 7, 2015. read
Survey of Alternative Displays, by Blair Neal for Medium. Sept 19, 2016. read
Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino, 1974 (English). The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles, Haruki Murakami, 1997 (English). Chromophobia, David Batchelor, 2000. A Brush With The Real: Figurative Painting Today, Marc Valli and Margherita Dessanay, 2014. Thinkng With Type, Ellen Lupton, 2010 (2nd Edition).
Drawings and Watercolors, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2013. Portraits for Today, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2015.
Treasure Hunt presented by Divided Alignment, University of Oregon, 2018. The Mayor's Art Show, Emerald Art Center, Springfield Oregon, 2017. au courant, The King Family Competition and Exhibition, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2014.
Artist Statement on New Media Art, October 2018. view
How to Create Direction-Aware CSS-Only Hover Effects, by Gabrielle Wee for Medium. learn