Stacey Lee Gee
Basilica de Zapopan, Guadalajara 2015
fabric dye, ink, wood glue, watercolor, acrylic, graphite, dirt on canvas
48 x 36 in.
Stacey Lee Gee is a Chicago-based visual artist known for her gritty large-scale painting, delicately assembled sculpture and site-specific installation. The central role of tactile materials in her work creates an easy entrance into the language of the senses. Once there, Stacey transforms nightmares into new myths of protection, safety, and fear. Her dream-like narratives explore the mesmerizing role humans have within the natural world and the fragile exchanges that arise.