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The Jung Center of Houston presents Tiffany Heng Hui Lee: "Embracing the Earth" opening reception

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Image courtesy of Tiffany Heng Hui Lee

Tiffany Heng Hui Lee transforms lines, shapes, colors, and textures to create abstract mixed media collages and sculptures of the natural landscape and environment. Layering of materials provides depth to each piece. Her work posses movement and energy, reflecting the changing, unstable characteristics of nature, as well as the fragmentation and uncertainty of life.

Her work is based on the five basic elements: water, wood, fire, metal and earth. Each element interrelates to the other, providing a complementary, interconnected and interdependent relationship in the natural world. She transforms these symbolic elements using shapes, colors and textures to create compositions that express intimate feelings about nature and life.

 

Tiffany Heng Hui Lee transforms lines, shapes, colors, and textures to create abstract mixed media collages and sculptures of the natural landscape and environment. Layering of materials provides depth to each piece. Her work posses movement and energy, reflecting the changing, unstable characteristics of nature, as well as the fragmentation and uncertainty of life.

Her work is based on the five basic elements: water, wood, fire, metal and earth. Each element interrelates to the other, providing a complementary, interconnected and interdependent relationship in the natural world. She transforms these symbolic elements using shapes, colors and textures to create compositions that express intimate feelings about nature and life.

Tiffany Heng Hui Lee transforms lines, shapes, colors, and textures to create abstract mixed media collages and sculptures of the natural landscape and environment. Layering of materials provides depth to each piece. Her work posses movement and energy, reflecting the changing, unstable characteristics of nature, as well as the fragmentation and uncertainty of life.

Her work is based on the five basic elements: water, wood, fire, metal and earth. Each element interrelates to the other, providing a complementary, interconnected and interdependent relationship in the natural world. She transforms these symbolic elements using shapes, colors and textures to create compositions that express intimate feelings about nature and life.

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The Jung Center
5200 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
https://junghouston.org/art-exhibits

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