Friday, March 4, 2011

Hui Chi Lee, Melissa Hall and Dobree Adams

Join me for the ARTalk@LAL:

Hui Chi Lee was born in Taiwan. She was educated in art and art therapy in the United States. She practices drawing human figure on weekly basis. She is currently a lecturer in Painting and Foundations at the University of Kentucky. See:

Melissa T. Hall has a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics and a daytime career as a programmer. She started to focus on art photography while living in Florida. Lives and works in Lexington, Kentucky. See:

Dobree Adams is a contemporary fiber artist, a weaver. In 2003 she began exhibiting her photographs with her tapestries. As one of the founders of the Kentucky Women's Photography Network, she is involved with a Network documentary photography project featuring the Manchester Street/Distillery District. An exhibition of her work is currently at Headley-Whitney Museum and another is scheduled for 2012 at the Lexington Central Public Library. She lives on a Kentucky River farm north of Frankfort. See:

ARTalk: LAL @ Loudoun House, March 8, 7pm – 8pm | Free


In the next few days, please forward any impressions, thoughts or questions about the artists or the exhibition.

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