The major multimedia element of my production, Red Shoes, is the projection that functions as the set. It help sets the tone for each vignette and carries the viewer on a visual journey through colors and textures and moods. The … Continue reading
Posted in My Artistic Endeavors, Performance, Photography, Film, & Sound
Tagged 2018, Boulder, Dance, Film, Fringe, Performance Art, Red Shoes
I was thrilled to participate in the 7th annual online performance art festival on February 11th, 2018. “Taboo” was a visual exploration of stigma towards women’s health. The piece was broadcasted live and around 15 people tuned in to see … Continue reading
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Last December I was happy to present my art to friends and family at a salon held in my home. I curated a collection of my own pieces dating from college to the present and hung them throughout my new … Continue reading
Tagged Acrylic, Artist Talk, Collage, Collections, Colorado, Exhibition, Film, Inspiration, mixed media, Practice, Printmaking
I apologize for the low quality. This was filmed with my little point and shoot camera.
It is as difficult to understand Zen Gardens as it is to understand one’s own self. (Parkes, p.10) “Zen Playground” was a performance I created in December and various different inspirations were synthesized to create my final project. Artists discussed in … Continue reading
Posted in Culture & Art History, My Artistic Endeavors, Performance, Projects & Collections, Wider Thoughts on Art
Tagged 2011, Children, deeper understanding, Film, Performance Art, Religion, The Body, Zen
Tea Collection Project from Sam Lee on Vimeo. There it is! For everyone who has seen my kitchen and wondered why it is sticky this video will reveal all. Here is the final presentation of my collections project in Foundation … Continue reading
I have decided to keep myself from losing steam on this project I am going to start posting info on artists that inspire me as well as my own art. I am also going to add “Sketchbook Saturday”, “Medium Monday”, … Continue reading