Sunny K. Lee

Joined Artfinder: Sept. 2014

Artworks for sale: 11

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About Sunny K. Lee

 
 
  • Biography
    I began my career after receiving a B.F.A. in 
    fine arts/painting from Syracuse University, NY.

      I believe the pursuit of happiness is the right of every human being.  I seek and pursue in capturing the memories that bring happiness through the exercise of making marks and coloring on the canvas.  What a delight it is to be able to capture those memories of happiness through art.  
        My journey as an 'Artist' began when I was a young girl when my fascination of colors came alive, I loved doing coloring books, dressing up dolls, making shapes with colored papers.  Everything looked very lively with lots of colors.  My fascination with colors grew deeper as I entered junior high school.  However, in college, my focus and intrigue broadened, which led me to a concentration in abstract.  Nevertheless, making shapes, forms, lines, with colors was just as interesting, exciting and important in my art.  
        My foundational perspective of art changed when I became a mother.  I was still passionate about abstract art; however, my fascination shifted from colors to capturing happiness.  More specifically, capturing the moments of "childlike" happiness.  Through my art, I want to tell a story of love, affection, attachment and sense of closeness through the painting.  
       


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Biography

I began my career after receiving a B.F.A. in 
fine arts/painting from Syracuse University, NY.

  I believe the pursuit of happiness is the right of every human being.  I seek and pursue in capturing the memories that bring happiness through the exercise of making marks and coloring on the canvas.  What a delight it is to be able to capture those memories of happiness through art.  
    My journey as an 'Artist' began when I was a young girl when my fascination of colors came alive, I loved doing coloring books, dressing up dolls, making shapes with colored papers.  Everything looked very lively with lots of colors.  My fascination with colors grew deeper as I entered junior high school.  However, in college, my focus and intrigue broadened, which led me to a concentration in abstract.  Nevertheless, making shapes, forms, lines, with colors was just as interesting, exciting and important in my art.  
    My foundational perspective of art changed when I became a mother.  I was still passionate about abstract art; however, my fascination shifted from colors to capturing happiness.  More specifically, capturing the moments of "childlike" happiness.  Through my art, I want to tell a story of love, affection, attachment and sense of closeness through the painting.  
   


 
 
 

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