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Dance of Hope | Original

Monica Lee

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The butterflies fluttering its bright wings, leaving behind glitters of hope. Hoping that one day, the endangered red panda will not face extinction.

‘Dance of Hope’ has been float mounted and framed with archival materials and UV70 glass.

Year: 2023

Image Dimensions: 460mm (w) x 570mm (h)

Framed Dimensions: 590mm (w) x 710mm (h)

Medium: Charcoal on Arches Hot Pressed Paper

Framing Specifications: Float mounted in a custom black frame with a cream linen matboard. Finished with UltraVue UV70 glass for a crystal clear finish with reduced reflection.

Quirky Fox: Art + Framing

Malaysian artist, Monica Lee worked as a digital imaging artist for her father's advertising photography studio for 12 years. It wasn't until 2013 that she decided to pick up a pencil again, just for fun, quickly to realize that she still loved drawing. Quitting her job, she started her journey as a full-time artist.

Growing up appreciating photography, made the concept of photorealism appealing to her. Specializing in graphite pencils and charcoal, she works from a photograph, recreating what she sees and further exaggerating or emphasizing the details in her drawings. Through her works, she aims to portray the beauty of her subject matter.

Monica Lee Original Drawing ‘Dance of Hope’