Art to me is a feeling, a thought, an expression and then a creation.
I am a self taught artist inspired by the warmth of the sun, calm of the moon, strength of the wind and the power of the sea.
Even as a child I always went to the ocean to sort out my thoughts
I started painting about ten years ago. I love painting in all mediums and or course working with anything else I see as a creation. Especially nature’s gifts I come across when taking my walks along the shore. Driftwood, shells, sea glass, roses and what ever hits my eye at the moment.
I have been part of the Beverly Art Association, Salem Art Association and have been invited to be part of the Fourth of July Marblehead Art Festival as well as being in the Cabot Street Beverly Art Festival.
I hope you enjoy my art.
Artist Naomi Lee, of Gloucester Massachusetts, found a new way of
self expression, taking nature’s gifts and turning them into art.
Naomi, usually, tries for perfection by taking many photos of natural subjects she sees, whether landscapes, seascapes, sun and moon rises and sets, over land or sea and, of course, sea gulls. Naomi studies the ever changing light and shadows and when she’s ready, puts the image on canvas.
Naomi’s inspiration of self expression does indeed come from nature’s gifts.
Naomi says, “It is all in the eyes of an artist.”
Driftwood, fishing line, gill net, fishermen’s knotted ropes, shells, sea glass or anything else she finds on a beach or rocky coast is what she turns into art.
Naomi has created art with branches, bark and twigs from her own backyard. Some of these elements are added to existing paintings to further express the feeling of the work.
Contact: text Naomi at 781-710-1080
Come see for yourself Naomi’s concepts of nature’s beauty a through the end of December 2016 at:
Naomi Lee was called and offered an opportunity to show her art for the second time at Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester, MA, through the end of July.
Naomi says she is so happy to be able to share her feelings on canvas. Her passions, the warmth of the sun, the calm of the moon, respect for the strength of the wind and the power of the sea.
Naomi, a self taught artist has been asked to take part in exhibiting at the Marblehead and Beverly Art Festivals. Also, The Annisquam Art Gallery for the past three years. She is currently a member of the Beverly and Salem Art Associations.
You can see other art by Naomi around town at the Cape Ann Brewery, Capt Bill’s Wale Watch and the Welcome Center at Harbor Loop. Her next art show is scheduled at Cape Ann Coffees for the months of September and October
86 Bass Ave Gloucester, MA 01930