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Welcome to Sunny Lee Studio. To see all our work, click the link to the right.
We are a Father/ Daughter collaboration of two artists, working in watercolor, encaustic, fiber art, oil paints and pastels.

Heather Brockman Lee is a published artist that has been working for 15 years in a variety of media including stained and hot glass, floral design and custom textile design. She has a BA in Fine Art from Mt St Mary's College. Her current focus is working with fiber art, watercolor and encaustic.

"I hope you have as much enjoyment viewing my artwork as I did creating it!
If you'd like to read more, check out this blog feature on The Etsy Times"
http://theetsytimes.blogspot.com/2011/02/meet-new-etsy-seller-heather-lee.html

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  • Born on October 28
  • Joined February 6, 2010

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watercolor inks, a variety of papers, fabric paint, beeswax and tree resin, oils paint, pastels

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About

Welcome to Sunny Lee Studio. To see all our work, click the link to the right.
We are a Father/ Daughter collaboration of two artists, working in watercolor, encaustic, fiber art, oil paints and pastels.

Heather Brockman Lee is a published artist that has been working for 15 years in a variety of media including stained and hot glass, floral design and custom textile design. She has a BA in Fine Art from Mt St Mary's College. Her current focus is working with fiber art, watercolor and encaustic.

"I hope you have as much enjoyment viewing my artwork as I did creating it!
If you'd like to read more, check out this blog feature on The Etsy Times"
http://theetsytimes.blogspot.com/2011/02/meet-new-etsy-seller-heather-lee.html

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http://twitter.com/#!/SunnyLeeStudio

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Mark R Brockman has dedicated most of his life to art, to painting, to rendering the natural environment, seen through his eyes, to open the eyes of the viewer. The artist works mostly in the media of oil and pastel. His paintings though representational are expressionistic in nature, with great concern for color and the physical texture of the paint. His inspiration is the woods, streams and farms that lay within walking distance of his studio, it is nature that inspires the spark that becomes a painting, but the subject is only a starting point. Mood, paint, brushes and subject all play a part in creating the artist's vision.

Brockman's paintings are in numerous collections across the USA as well as in Germany. He has participated in numerous juried, invitational, and one-man shows, and has won awards. He teaches painting classes at the Deleplaine Visual Arts Center in Frederick, MD., as well as independent paintings workshops, he is frequently invited to demonstrate his painting methods for various art organizations.
Brockman is an amateur musician, playing the Five String Banjo, writes his own songs as well as playing covers of his favorite musicians.

For more information, please visit Mark's website at www.markbrockman.com

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