Artists:

  Jim Brown
  Lisa Christopherson
  Peggy Cook
  Curt & Robyn Elliott
  Jerry Thompson Guynn
  Wendy Iaconis
  Marilyn Kirkman
  "Magdalina"
  Barb McAdams
  Tammy Meeske
  Carole Patton
  Martha Parsons
  Carey Pelto
  Don Orr
  Jan Oyler
  Dale Pittock
  Kang Lee Sheppard
  Jon Tschannen
  Lorraine Watry
  Richard Williams
  Diana Zombola
   
   

 

           
 
Kang Lee Sheppard
           
   

                    Kang Lee has been painting since an early age. Born in Seoul, South
                 Korea, she earned her BFA in Asian Art and mentored under many Master             artists, earning many prestigious  national  awards, and participated  in  group       shows before coming to the US for higher education.  After coming to America, she attended the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs graduate courses to learn western techniques including  oil,  watercolor,  drawing,  sculpture,  prints,  silk-screen,  and  now  pastels.   Her passion is to learn and experiment with all art forms.

She earned her MA and taught at the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs, and Pikes Peak Community College.  Kang Lee is past president of Colorado Springs Art Guild, Arati Artists Gallery and Pikes Peak Pastel Society.

Kang Lee is a Signature Member of Pikes Peak Watercolor Society, Pikes Peak Pastel Society, and member of National Watercolor Society, and the American Watercolor Society. She has earned a life-long membership with the Colorado Springs Art Guild. She was formally a member of Missouri Watercolor Society, and Louisiana Watercolor Society.  She is listed in Who’s Who in the West, 1998 and Who’s Who in the World, 2000.

Kang Lee looks at the interplay of natural elements from a philosophical perspective saying, “Art allows me to communicate freshness and spontaneity, as well as expressing feelings, which transcend techniques in my painting.”

Kang Lee is a recipient of many international and national awards including; Merit Award – International Watermedia XIV at the Gallery of Contemporary Art at University of Colorado Colorado Springs, juried into the National Missouri Watercolor Society Exhibition at Winston Churchill  Memorial  Anson  Cutts  Gallery,  and  juried  into  the  International  Louisiana Watercolor Society Exhibition. Recently juried in the National Watercolor Society.  Her paintings are in collections around the world.  She is retired from teaching at the university and is the founder and executive director of Sheppard Art Institute since 1998 in Colorado Springs. She continues to support the art community and at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Art Center, a studio is named in her honor. Kang Lee’s paintings may be seen at Arati Artists Gallery in Colorado Springs as well as on her website www.kangleesheppard.com

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