Houses in Art – James Lee

Reminds me the art of Thomas Kinkade – peaceful, dreamy, full of vibrant colors and mistery – art by James Lee

Classic Garden Retreat

Unfortunately, very limited information is available for the artist's bio – here is all I managed to find:

Born and raised in South Korea, James Lee became a mural painter of three- dimensional looking, Southwest landscapes for commercial buildings in the area of Phoenix, Arizona. The average size of his work is 40 x 60 inches.
Guardian of Light

Morning of Hope

Old Mill Creek

He attended for six years the University of South Korea at Seoul, and in 1981 migrated to California where he painted coastal views and seascapes and owned an art gallery. In 1994, he moved to Glendale, Arizona where he became a muralist and also owned several galleries, with each one called "Carol's Art Gallery," named for his wife, Carol Kim Lee.
Peaceful Reflecions

Rio Grande Express

Springtime Glory

With heart and style from Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty

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Valentine Bavilovsky
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Nathan Walsh
Antonio Nunziante
Rick Taylor
Maria Chepeleva
Lee Mothes
Diane Millsap
Willem Haenraets
George Kovach
Dmitry Kustanovich
Eric Dowdle
Judy Gibson
Alena Dergileva
Alice Dalton Brown
John Sloan
Sung Kim
Ruth Sanderson
Raphael Toissaint
Alexej Shalaev
Daniel Wall
Laurent Parcelier
Dae-Chun Kim
Denis Oktyabr
Antoine Blanchard
Thierry Duval
Rimma Vyugova
Zinoviy Sydoriv
John Patrick O'Brien
Anatoly Metlan
Mark King
Edward Gordon
Evgeny Lushpin
Raynald Leclerc
Sergey Brandt
Robert Pejman
Thomas Kinkade
Mikki Senkarik
Leonid Afremov

Houses in Art


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