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Lee Claremont

"I am a visual storyteller. My work takes me on a spiritual journey that opens a door into the mysteries of creation.  I love to play with colour in my work and I believe that color is a great healer."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lee Claremont - Mohawk Artist

Lee Claremont was born in Woodstock, Ontario. She is of Mohawk and Irish ancestry and is a member of the Grand River Iroquois Six Nations in Oshweken, Ontario. Lee received her BFA (Honors) from the University of British Columbia and now resides in the beautiful Okanagan Valley in BC.

Lee has a strong commitment, enthusiasm and passion for her community, family and friends. She recently won an 'ANGEL AWARD' for the "largest individual creative contribution in the visual arts in the Okanagan Valley." She is a well-respected instructor at the En’Owkin Centre, an internationally recognized Aboriginal Educational College.

Lee Claremont's genre cannot be boxed or specifically, categorized. Her playful dance with colour and her imagery are fresh and alive. While her Mohawk ancestry is strongly evident it never supersedes her universality.

The art of Lee Claremont is exhibited locally, nationally and internationally and her paintings can be found in many government, corporate, and private collections throughout the world.

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Lee Claremont

"I am a visual storyteller. My work takes me on a spiritual journey that opens a door into the mysteries of creation.  I love to play with colour in my work and I believe that color is a great healer."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lee Claremont - Mohawk Artist

Lee Claremont was born in Woodstock, Ontario. She is of Mohawk and Irish ancestry and is a member of the Grand River Iroquois Six Nations in Oshweken, Ontario. Lee received her BFA (Honors) from the University of British Columbia and now resides in the beautiful Okanagan Valley in BC.

Lee has a strong commitment, enthusiasm and passion for her community, family and friends. She recently won an 'ANGEL AWARD' for the "largest individual creative contribution in the visual arts in the Okanagan Valley." She is a well-respected instructor at the En’Owkin Centre, an internationally recognized Aboriginal Educational College.

Lee Claremont's genre cannot be boxed or specifically, categorized. Her playful dance with colour and her imagery are fresh and alive. While her Mohawk ancestry is strongly evident it never supersedes her universality.

The art of Lee Claremont is exhibited locally, nationally and internationally and her paintings can be found in many government, corporate, and private collections throughout the world.

Artist Website

 

 

 


Collections by Lee Claremont

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