Sally Lee is a Boston-based installation artist from Arkansas. Lee works in many mediums such as ceramics, painting, sculpture, textiles, and many more. Her art practice has served has a mechanism to navigate her place in the world as a first-generation immigrant. These experiences inform Sally on how to create conceptual work through historical, political and cultural contexts. Like her cultural identity, Lee’s combined aesthetic between Eastern and Western styles and philosophies are a part of her artistic fingerprint.
Sally is currently an adjunct professor at Northeastern University, teaches at the New Art Center, a Ceramic Studio Assistant at SMFA, and Program Director of Nearby Gallery.
She will give a free talk in The Umbrella Arts Center about her approach and work in progress through the Artist-in-Residence program at The Umbrella.