Nature series #17 Drawing by Shoko Lee

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Nature series #17

Shoko Lee

Malaysia

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Size: 30 W x 22 H x 0.1 D in

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Mother Nature reveals herself in the majestic tapestry of plant life, creatures, storms, snow drifts, caves, dunes, fjords and wide expansive landscapes. She is etched in the fabric of moss, lichen, fungi, leaves and mildew. For decades now, Shoko Lee has embarked on sketching excursions to draw a funny looking tree in some remote part of the city which has still managed to avoid complete urbanization. The elements of nature fascinate Shoko Lee because of their seemingly random yet chaotic growth patterns that continue to surprise in fresh ways. Much like the uniqueness of every person’s thumbprints, Shoko seeks minute peculiarities that make each tree, rock crevice, leaf vein and gnarly root different. The series of line drawings bring attention to the underlying patterns of organic structure and abstractions. Shoko works from direct observations and whimsical imagination, interpreting what she sees in an intuitive manner. The final result becomes an inquiry into psychological space, teetering between the alien and organic.

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Drawing:Ink on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:30 W x 22 H x 0.1 D in

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Shoko Lee was born in 1948. Originally from Japan, Shoko settled down in Malaysia after marrying Lee Kian Seng, a well-known Malaysian artist. (www.leekianseng.com) Her art has corresponded to the different phases of her life: from publishing Sunny Boy in 1980, to "My Diary" series in the 1980s and 90s, to the current "Dragon Horse" theme, Shoko has found inspiration in nature and everyday life. Her vivid imagination has transformed ordinary objects and animals into cheerful individuals bursting with exuberance. Previously using mainly watercolours, Shoko's current works are mostly oil paintings. Status : Full-time artist since 1981 (Visual art). Married to Malaysian artist LEE Kian Seng ,18 September 1972. Major medium : Painting (oil, watercolour, ink) and children's literature.