Alma  Lee

Alma Lee

Alma sells her work worldwide. An American artist and poet she lives and works in a rural area just outside of Green Bay Wisconsin. She uses her art to find the joy and beauty in everyday things. Her favorite subjects are her beloved pets,Captain,Tripper and T'gre. They provide her with an endless sense of joy and folly.

Her media of choice is colored pencil. Laid down layer upon layer until full saturation is achieved. She draws primarily on Bristol paper and MDF panels.

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As I was reading a book about Gustov Klimt, I was struck by a photograph of the artist outside his studio holding his cat. According to the photograph Gustav Klimt was surrounded by beautiful if not a bit overgrown trees and gardens, cats and of course women.Yet when I looked at His secessionist tree paintings just seems a little subtle compared to his flamboyant painting of women. For the life of me I don't know why but I thought that that was something that should be explored. Explore I did to no avail, but I did want to do a Klimt style painting with more color.

This is a 16x20" oil and gold leaf, done in the style of Gustav Klimt style of his paintings of women using a tree. It is on stretched canvas.

Alma Lee has uploaded The Kiss

This is a highly textured oil painting based on a photo I saw sometime back from the golden era of hollywood. It is 16x20 and embellished with gold leaf.

Alma Lee has uploaded The White Horse

Original palette knife oil painting

Alma Lee has uploaded I'll Fly Away

Original collage comprised of original drawings, gold foil and decorative papers.

Alma Lee has uploaded Purple Peacock

Original collage comprised of original drawings, gold foil and decorative papers.

Original collage comprised of original drawings, gold foil and decorative papers.

Alma Lee has uploaded Once I slept...

Original collage comprised of original drawings and decorative paper.

Alma Lee has uploaded Waxing Wassily

Waxing Wassily is part of my homage to Wassily Kandinsky. The father of abstract has proven to be an endless inspiration to me. I look at his work and things just seem spring to life for me. He touches on what I c all the connecteivness of all things, one wave sets in motion an entire ocean.

About this art
size: 24x36"
media: oil paint on stretched canvas
subject: geometric
style: abstractWaxing Wassily is part of my homage to Wassily Kandinsky. The father of abstract has proven to be an endless inspiration to me. I look at his work and things just seem spring to life for me. He touches on what I c all the connecteivness of all things, one wave sets in motion an entire ocean.

About this art
size: 24x36"
media: oil paint on stretched canvas
subject: geometric
style: abstract

Hot time in the city is a Wabi-Sabi style painting (oil paint and cold wax medium) it is done layer upon layer and then markings are etched/scratched away to reveal the lower layers.

This started out as a pastoral landscape but quickly took on a life of it's own. After a while there was no way I could see anything remotely rural I just saw urban, urban, urban. And when it was all said and done it was a hot one at that

About the original 10.75x15"
Media: oil paint and cold wax medium
subject: abstract
style: Wabi-Sabi

Feathers like south sea pearls, and a flaming headdress
this Cockatiel is stylin
This is a digitally reillustrated, Botanical Bird picture by Edward Lear, now is the public domain. Lear’s botanical work is so stunning in and of itself it is difficult to do it justice. Something I could tackle only in my bravest moments and that with all humility. Not wanting to cpoy his work I treated it as the launching board for some of my intergrated fractual work, and textured digital illustration work.
Luminous Pearl Cockatiel was created untilzing: CS6, PS brushes, onOne picture perfect software and ArtMatic (fractal generation)
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Alma Lee has uploaded The Blue Maccaw

This picture started out as me scraping off paint from a door that it was supposed to have stuck too. From there I pulled the image into CS6 and created the finished illustration using Photoshop brushed and blends I did some of the finish work in onOne Picture Perfect.

Door County Woman gets it title from not only the door but there is a rustic, in north Wisconsin that is a favorite of mine when it comes to just relaxing and rejuvenating. It is a tourist area that has become known from all parts of the country. You should check it out I believe you may see this woman there!

There are many that believe the classical Red Horse of the Second seal is nothing but an entertaining myth. This art work was created with the known folklore and evidence of today and is based on the following exerpt:

And there went out another horse that was red: and power was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another: and there was given unto him a great sword...

I am convinced it is an allegory used to illustrate and soften the impact of the certain truth. Mythical or Real? Everyone must decide, I will leave you to it...

The Red Horse was created using Poser 9,(rough stetches) and then further illustratrated in CS6.

Alma Lee has uploaded The Ascendency

The Ascendency was accomplished utilizing the following programs.Photograph with digital camera, CS6 Photoshop brushed both native and custom and Flexify II. I was finished in onOne extension.

Digital illustration created in CS6, using photoshop brushes, flexify II from flaming pear, and onOne plug in.

About this art:
size: 16×16′′
Media: digital illustration
Subject: abstract

Alma Lee has uploaded Why Cats Smoke

digital illustration created in Poser 10 and finished in CS6 with the use of PS filters and Flaming Pear Flexify

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Alma Lee is now following Kestutis Kasparavicius

Kestutis Kasparavicius was born in 2 June, 1954 Aukstadvaris, Lithuania.
In 1962- 1972 studied at M.K.Ciurlionis Art School, a choir conducting class.
In 1972- 1981 studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vilnius, a graphic design class.
Since 1984 he has been working as a children`s books illustrator and author and has
completed 48 books.
His works has published for various publishers from whole world: Nieko Rimto, Vilnius;
Esslinger Verlag, Esslingen; Coppenrath Verlag, Munster; Grimm Press, Taipei;
Boyds Mills Press, Honesdale, Agertofts Forlag, Kopenhagen, Papadopoulos, Athens,
Calligram, Paris, Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico, Jakkajungsin Publishing, Seoul,
Daeyeon Publishing, Seoul, Livraria Martins Fontes Editora, Sao Paulo,
Editora Atica, Sao Paulo, Gotmer-Becht-Aramith, Bloemendaal,
Harry N.Abrams, New York, Thule Ediciones, Barcelona, Yavneh, Jerusalem.
Kestutis Kasparavicius books have published into 23 languages.
In 1993 he was honored as Illustrator of the Year by Bologna Children`s Book Fair,
2003 Bologna Illustrators Exhibition Award for Excellence and his illustrations have
selected for fair`s exhibition 13 times.
Kestutis was also awarted the Golden Pen of Belgrade, 1990, the II Diploma Premi
International Catalonia d`Illustracio, Barcelona, 1994, Diploma, Tallin Illustrations
Triennial, 2006;
Best Lithuanian Children`s Book, 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2009;
Lithuanian Children`s Literary Award, 2008;
The Gold Sign of Lithuanian Artists Assotiation, 2010;
Baltic Sea Region J?nis Baltvilks International Prize in Children's Literature and Book Art, 2010;
K?stutis was nomined for The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, 2005 and 2006 also
for The Hans Christian Andersen Award, 2008 and 2010.
Kestutis favorite technology is watercolour.

Alma Lee is now following Robby Bachorz

Hallo und herzlich willkommen!

Ich beschäftige mich seit 2006 mit der Fotografie. Meine Bilder sind zum Teil ganz normale Fotografien. Ein Teil davon bearbeite ich digital und verfremde sie.