Eric Lee is a Asian-American 30 year old with a learning disability that affects his speech and motor skills, he has found his place in the world through art. He began his lifelong love for vivid, abstract imagery as a youngster with a paintbrush in an art class, where the instructor identified him as a young Picasso.
Most of his artworks are digital art: typography, vector, digital painting, and photo manipulation. Photo manipulation works are design combine his own photos and stock photos from Adobe Stock, istock photos, and Shutterstock. Addition as a digital artist he make handmade collage by using scrapbooking papers and mixed media materials such as floral, marbles, and others onto hardboard papers and wood panel found in art & craft stores near his home or art studio.
Eric Lee is an artist from Northbrook, IL. Eric earned his B.A. in Graphic Design from Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. He also earned his Graphic Design Certificate from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago.
He started to participate art festivals since 2018 and has received good compliments from buyers and art festival organizers. You can find Eric’s digital artworks at his website: https://www.ericlee25.com.
During his free time, Eric like to enjoy himself listening to music from Hard Rock to Pop. His hobbies are listening to music, photography, keep with new trends of digital art, sometimes going to gym, and collecting Funko Pop.
Honorable Mention, Lewis University's Windows Fine Arts Magazine Contest, April 2011
Lewis University's Windows Fine Arts Magazine:
Lewis University’s Jet Fuel Review Spring 2011 Editorial