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Lee White Famingos Original Signed Art

Lee White
Famingo
Print – Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper   35” x 25”
Edition: signed in pencil and numbered 316/475

Unframed
Excellent Condition

$335.00

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Lee White’s first expressions of artistic creativity were recognized by his grandmother Lizzy when Lee was eight years old. Daily, she set aside time for Lee to create. At age twelve, he received the Mayor’s trophy for Artists sponsored by the Miami Herald.

Lee’s format training began in California where he studied at the California College of Commercial Design, the City College of Los Angeles. He received a fine art degree from the California Institute of Arts. During the seventies and eighties, serigraphy became a strong medium for Lee’s talent. He had the unique experience of being tutored by the famed master of printmaking, Waren Woodward.

After relocating to the Southeast, Lee began working with other leading artists and printmakers. The development, evolution, birth and growth of Lee’s present style, the compelling power and uniqueness of his range of humanistic insight with which Lee lays down mixed media on each canvas has matured and he has come into his own.His personal journey from Florida, upbringing in Southern California, traveling to exotic islands in the Caribbean, and finally moving to Atlanta have all contributed to an extremely diverse cultural experience from coast to coast. The emotions, color and excitement can be felt in his images.His prolific work, exquisite figuratives, abstract expressions, still lifes and collages are in private and corporate collections across the United States, in Europe and throughout the world.

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Signed

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Limited Edition

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316/475

Size Type/Largest Dimension

Medium (Up to 30")

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Lee White Famingos Original Signed Art

Lee White Famingo Print - Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper   35'' x 25'' Edition: signed in pencil and numbered 316/475 Unframed Excellent Condition

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