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Lee Templeton - Ming & Malawi | Contemporary Art
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Lee Templeton - "Ming & Malawi"

"Ming & Malawi"

Ming & Malawi
Mixed Media, US$ 536

Ming & Malawi

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Details

Mixed Media

W: 1220mm x H: 760mm x D: 40mm
W: 48" x H: 30" x D: 2"

Approx. Weight: 1kg

This work is unframed

Price

US$ 536

Scale

Person Thumbnail

Reference

no.712

About "Ming & Malawi"

This painting is issued with a Certificate of Authenticity & Valuation.I own a few pieces of blue & white porcelain and appreciate this age-old porcelain craft. My collection of Chinese porcelain began with a rice-pattern bowl that my mum Jean Campbell, gave me 1992. The wood-carved bird was hand-crafted in Malawi and was a gift from the late Esther Deiner who lived in Bloemfontein during 1992. Timeless memories.
This artwork was created to exhilarate your imagination by using a palette of awe inspiring colour.
Enjoy this painting, may it serve as a reminder that most experiences, however challenging, are not without purpose. live to make memories.

Lee Templeton

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About Lee

Lee Templeton

Category:
Abstract
Contemporary
Still Life
FaceBook
Figure Study
Large Canvases
Corporate Art
Decorative Art
Fine Art
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Lee Templeton is a self taught artist, who was born on the 13 July in Bulawayo Rhodesia, a British Commonwealth country at the time. In her late teens she moved with her family to South Africa. In her early twenties she married a Northern Italian and signed her name Lee Giudici. Two days after her 27th birthday Lee was left widowed, with two toddlers and unemployed. It was during that period that she began her entrepreneurial commercial career. Four years later, she remarried and signed her artworks Lee Schoeman. In the summer of 1992 Lee began a new hobby in art. Every day after work she spent time practicing to paint. With dedicated discipline she began by reproducing the well known EuropeanOld Masters. Having practiced with most art mediums, she favours oil and acrylics. Sadly Lee was widowed for yet a second time. She did not paint at all for almost three years.

Lee says, During 2008 I sold my last commercial business, a factory manufacturing and printing commercial signage. My staff designed, printed, manufactured, steel and aluminium structures for indoor and outdoor advertisement billboards. So after 27 years of managing the turbulence of entrepreneurship and the challenges of widowhood twice, I decided to carry a paint palette instead of a briefcase and sign my signature with a paintbrush instead of a black ink pen. I have accepted Gods gift of joy, to live a life filled with appreciation and contentment. By June of 2009, Lee had developed her individual style of painting. Her canvases are large with a sense of spaciousness. The topics are simplistic in nature painted in a contemporary style. Lee describes her style of artwork as simplistic-contemporary. From 18 September 1992 each painting is numbered and logged. By August 2012 Lee had painted 800 canvases. Lee has kept a few for her home, gifted a few to family and friends and the balance has been sold.
Recently remarried, Lee s artworks are now signed Lee Templeton.

Lee says, I have seen and appreciated so many beautiful artworks masterfully painted, the public are spoilt for choice, therefore I regard myself humbly fortunate when one of my artworks are chosen by a discerning Client.

Price Range

US$ 76-834

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Exhibitions

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