Born in Colorado, Elizabeth Lee grew up a Midwestoner, in a bi-racial family. The experience of being caught between two cultures led her to embrace a diversity of forms in expression. Elizabeth works as a multi-artist, allowing the present-time composition to dictate her approach.
In 2005 Elizabeth collaborated with Noski Press to produce a Cherokee version of The Three Bears (Na Joi Yona).
Elizabeth studied Photography at Stanford University and Film at Vancouver Film School. The most recent mediums she enjoys are painting and mixed-media.
8 / 2005 Sequoia Sempervirens:
Bay Area Artists Working with the Cherokee Language
CounterPulse Gallery, San Francisco, CA
3 / 2005
Bay Area Anarchists Book Fair Art Show
Hall of Flowers, San Francisco, CA
1 / 2005 Welcome Back: Art SF, San Francisco, CA