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NATIVITY (ODE TO R.B. KITAJ) 2017, OIL AND SYNTHETIC POLYMER PAINT ON CANVAS, 145X190CM
'The Gate Beautiful' (2015), oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 201x166cm (framed)
'These Days Foretold' (2015), oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 186.5x251.5cm (framed)
'A Long Obedience' (2015), oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 201x166cm (framed)
'Two Hermits' (2015), oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 126x91cm (framed)
'Untitled 3' (2015), watercolour and synthetic polymer paint on paper (framed)
'Untitled 4' (2015), watercolour and synthetic polymer paint on paper, 61x46cm (framed)
'Meridian (After Corot)' (2015), watercolour and synthetic polymer paint on paper, 83.5x61cm (framed)
Adam Lee works from his studio in the hills of the Macedon Ranges, Victoria, and he works mostly with traditional painting and drawing materials. His work references a wide range of sources including historical and colonial photography, biblical narratives, natural history and contemporary music, film and literature to investigate aspects of the human condition in relation to ideas of temporal and supernatural worlds.

ADAM LEE (b.1979, Melbourne, Australia) received his Bachelor of Arts, Fine Art (Painting) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of technology. Lee continued his studies with a Masters in Research In Fine Art from the Royal Melbourne Institute of technology and furthered his education with a PhD in Research at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Lee's solo exhibitions include 'Lament Asunder' (All Dark is Midnight To Me) (2017) at STATION in Melbourne, a solo booth at VOLTA NYC with Angell Gallery in March 2017; 'Of A Great And Mighty Shadow' (2016), Angell Gallery in Toronto; as well as his first exhibition with Beers, entitled 'A Long Obedience' in 2015. Lee has been shortlisted for numerous awards including the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize (2014), The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize (2014), The Churchie National Emerging Artist Award (2012/11), and many others. He has just completed the Glasshouse Stonehouse Residency in the South of France (Aug. 2017). Lee is represented by BEERS in London, Station Gallery in Melbourne, and Angell Gallery in Toronto.

 

 
Adam Lee works from his studio in the hills of the Macedon Ranges, Victoria, and he works mostly with traditional painting and drawing materials. His work references a wide range of sources including historical and colonial photography, biblical narratives, natural history and contemporary music, film and literature to investigate aspects of the human condition in relation to ideas of temporal and supernatural worlds.

ADAM LEE (b.1979, Melbourne, Australia) received his Bachelor of Arts, Fine Art (Painting) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of technology. Lee continued his studies with a Masters in Research In Fine Art from the Royal Melbourne Institute of technology and furthered his education with a PhD in Research at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Lee's solo exhibitions include 'Lament Asunder' (All Dark is Midnight To Me) (2017) at STATION in Melbourne, a solo booth at VOLTA NYC with Angell Gallery in March 2017; 'Of A Great And Mighty Shadow' (2016), Angell Gallery in Toronto; as well as his first exhibition with Beers, entitled 'A Long Obedience' in 2015. Lee has been shortlisted for numerous awards including the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize (2014), The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize (2014), The Churchie National Emerging Artist Award (2012/11), and many others. He has just completed the Glasshouse Stonehouse Residency in the South of France (Aug. 2017). Lee is represented by BEERS in London, Station Gallery in Melbourne, and Angell Gallery in Toronto.