White Rabbit: 3.66W x 1.5H x .75D Inches; Tempera, Graphite, and Reclaimed Wood

 

Duck: 4H x 3W x 1/16D Inches; Graphite, Tempera, Watercolor, and Minimal Wood

 

H.M. Lee's/Helenbobelen.com Hawaiian Shama Thrush
Hawaiian Shama Thrush: 4H x 1.5W x .75D Inches; Tempera, Watercolor, Graphite, Ink, and Reclaimed Wood

 

hawaii
“Hawai’i”: Approximately 6W x 3H x 1/8D Inches; Watercolor + Tempera + Graphite + Minimal Wood

 

TheDream
“The Dream”: Approximately 6H x 3.5W x .25D Inches; Watercolor + Tempera + Graphite + Wood

 

Feathers, Like Money, Are Tools
“Feathers, Like Money, Are Tools”: Approximately 6H x 3W Inches; Watercolor + Tempera + Mechanical Pencil + Wood

 

More Carrots
“More Carrots”: Approximately 6W x 4.5H Inches; Watercolor + Mechanical Pencil + Paper

 

Crayon + Archival Ink + Mechanical Pencil + Paper
Crayon + Archival Ink + Mechanical Pencil + Paper

 

Watercolor + Ink + Paper
Watercolor + Ink + Paper

 

After and During: "Golden Apple"
“Apple”: Approximately 5.25H x 4.25W Inches; Watercolor + Paper

 

Watercolor + Paper
“Olive Oil”: 4.75W x 4.33W Inches; Watercolor + Paper

 

Textures + Whites and Orange: The Door
“Textures + White And Orange: The Door”: 24H x 18W Inches; Oil on Canvas

 

Watercolor + Paper
Watercolor + Paper

 

Watercolor + Oil + Gouache + Paper
Watercolor + Oil + Gouache + Paper

 

Orange Apple Earth(III)
“Orange, Apple, Earth”: 14H x 11W Inches; Gouache + Pencil on Canvas

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About The Artist, H.M. Lee

Although she’s spent time as an adult at Harvard Business School, H.M. Lee has been an artist her entire life. When she was 7, she won an award for a written essay and was invited to read it aloud on local radio. A year later she won another award for her vocal and piano performance. In high school, she went to state competitions for classical piano performance.
As a university student, Ms. Lee switched to visual art and created several Super-8 and 16mm Bolex film/video shorts, documentaries, and commercials (won an award in the latter category) and then later studied prose and poetry at Northwestern University.
In Europe, she studied short story writing under Francine Prose and Margot Livesy and 16 years later received a scholarship to attend the Highlights Children’s Writers Workshop where she met and later received further guidance from Coretta Scott King Award recipient/illustrator Floyd Cooper.
Her collage work being influenced by artist Lynn Pauley with whom she studied drawing and painting at Parsons School of Art in 1999, Ms. Lee created the picture book Suriso with collaged art and simple lines from 2010-2012. Thereafter, spending at least 4 years of “alone time”, she further developed her own artistic aesthetic, even experimenting with sculpture from recycled sterling silver — along with other more natural materials — and in 2015 had her first solo show in Portland, Oregon’s Pearl District. Her artwork may be also found in home galleries all across the world.

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Hummingbird Art – Hummingbird Painting – Hummingbird Art Series – Hummingbird Watercolor – Sustainable Art – Sustainable Paintings – 100 Hummingbird Art Series – Collectible Hummingbird Art – Collectible Hummingbird Painting – Helenbobelen.com 100 Hummingbird Series

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Red-Crowned Crane Art – Red-Crowned Crane Painting – Red-Crowned Crane Art Series – Red-Crowned Crane Watercolor – Sustainable Art – Sustainable Paintings – Collectible Red-Crowned Crane Art – Collectible Red-Crowned Crane Painting – Helenbobelen.com Red-Crowned Crane Series

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H.M. Lee's Hummingbird Art Series