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Sally O. Lee earned her BA in Studio Art and Art History (with distinction) from Colby College and then went on to study graphic design and painting in Boston (Art Institute of Boston) and in New York City (New York Studio School). She has had several shows of her work and received an art grant from The Massachusetts Institute of Technology to conceive and create a series of paintings, and from this came her 2002 exhibition- A Journey Into Abstraction.

"My paintings are about light, form, space, joy, and freedom of expression. I work with the figure, objects, landscapes, and abstraction to produce paintings that reflect my vision and nature's integrity."

Ms. Lee has also written and illustrated fourteen children’s books, most of them dealing with the struggles of living with some form of handicap…or, as the author prefers to call it, imperfection. Many of her illustrations have been published and she has earned both academic and public recognition for her important work in children’s books.

She has had illustrations published in Worldlink Magazine, IEEE Magazine, and several other publications.

Sally mostly recently taught her first class at MIT - Drawing 101 to students, faculty, staff, and alumni during MIT's IAP January (2006) period.

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Harmony 5 - Oil on Canvas - 24" x 36" -2005

$2500.00

Abstraction

Harmony 3 - Oil on Canvas - 24" x 24" - Sold

$2500.00

Harmony 7 - Oil on Canvas - 24" x 36" -2004

$2500.00

Mostly Blue - Oil on Canvas - 24" x 36"

NFS

Mostly Red - Oil on Canvas - 18" x 24" - 2005

$1200.00

Landscapes and Still Life

Essex Field - Oil on Canvas - 18" x 24" - 2004

$2000.00

Essex Reflection - Oil on Canvas - 24" x 36" - 2004

$2000.00

Essex Stream - Oil on Canvas - 18" x 24" - 2004

$2000.00

Fruit on Green Plate - Oil on Canvas - 14" x 14"- 2004

$1200.00

Lemons in Blue Bowl - Oil on Canvas - 14" x 14" - 2004

$1200.00

Iris and Rose - Oil on Canvas - 16" x 16" - 2004

$1500.00



Pear in Glass - Oil on Canvas - 8" x 10"

$650.00

Green and Orange - Oil on Canvas - 24" x 36" -2005

$3000.00

Pink and Yellow - Oil on Canvas - 24" x 36" -2005

$3000.00

Three Roses - Oil on Canvas - 14" x 18" - Oil on Canvas

NFS - Donated to Montserrat Auction - 2006

Pink Peonies - Oil on Canvas - 16" x 20" - 2006

$1800.00

Peaches and a Lemon - Oil on Canvas - 12" x 12" - 2006

$1800.00

Hamilton Field - Oil on Canvas - 12" x 18" - 2006

$1800.00

Orange and Purple - Oil on Canvas - 12" x 28" - 2006

$1800.00

Orange Roof - Oil on Canvas - 12" x 18" - 2006

$1800.00

Row of Trees - Oil on Canvas - 18" x 24" - 2006

$2400.00

Peaches - Oil on Canvas - 16" x 16" - 2006

$2000.00

White Beach Marsh - Oil on Canvas - 18" x 24" - 2006

$2000.00

Field of Flowers - Oil on Canvas - 36" x 36" - 2006

$3500.00

Sally O. Lee earned her BA in Studio Art and Art History (with distinction) from Colby College and then went on to study graphic design and painting in Boston (Art Institute of Boston) and in New York City (New York Studio School). She has had several shows of her work and received an art grant from The Massachusetts Institute of Technology to conceive and create a series of paintings, and from this came her 2002 exhibition- A Journey Into Abstraction.

"My paintings are about light, form, space, joy, and freedom of expression. I work with the figure, objects, landscapes, and abstraction to produce paintings that reflect my vision and nature's integrity."

Ms. Lee has also written and illustrated twenty children’s books, some of them dealing with the struggles of living with some form of handicap…or, as the author prefers to call it, imperfection. Many of her illustrations have been published and she has earned both academic and public recognition for her important work in children’s books. Her latest book, The Tutu Ballet, won second place (fiction-Children – Toddler to 5) in the Reader Views Literary Awards - 2008.

She has had illustrations published in Worldlink Magazine, IEEE Magazine, and several other publications.

Sally mostly recently taught her first class at MIT - Drawing 101 to students, faculty, staff, and alumni during MIT's IAP January (2006) period.