My artwork “WHORL” is featured on the cover of Expose Art Magazine (August 2016 edition) with a feature essay about my work and creative process by writer, James Rogers. Photo credit: Brad Goda, HI. I will be creating a site-specific installation based on this artwork as Artist-in-Residence at the University of Hawaii at Manoa this Fall, with an artist’s talk, September 1st and install September 6-9, 2016
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“Metamorphosis: The Art of Altered Books” is on view at the Fuller Craft Museum, July 30 – November 6, 2016.
I am one of 5 artists with 5 artworks featured in this exhibit. Curated by Beth C. McLaughlin.
“Jacqueline Rush Lee defies our expectations of what books can and should be with her fecund meditations on nature and permanence. With a deft hand, Lee explores the material possibilities, drawing parallels between the life cycles of books and those of humans through forms found in nature..”
–Curator Beth C. McLaughlin
“This is Not a Book: Chapter II” catalogue.
On View at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, CA. June 5 – September 18, 2016
I am a featured Artist in this 2016 exhibition.
Much of the Art work from “This is Not a Book: Chapter 2” is culled from the San Francisco Bay Area, and includes artists from the U.S., and internationally. Guest curated by Donna Seager for the ICA.
Unhinged: Book Art on the Cutting Edge
I have artwork featured at the Whatcom Museum’s Light Catcher Building, September 27, 2015 – January 3, 2016. (Vascellum featured on Poster). Includes works by Doug Beube, Brian Dettmer, Long-Bin Chen, Cara Barer, Guy Laramee, and Ann Hamilton, among others.
“Unhinged: Book Art on the Cutting Edge,” is a survey of recent directions in book art through 73 diverse works by 63 prominent artists in the field from across the U.S, and including Australia, Canada, and Great Britain. Opening in the Whatcom Museum’s LightCatcher Building, the exhibition explores the limitless potential of the book as an independent, creative medium through both intimately-scaled pieces and large installations.
(Doug Beube on “Unhinged” Catalogue Cover)
Odd Volumes: Book Art from the Allan Chasanoff Collection
Drawn from a major collection given to the Gallery by Allan Chasanoff, B.A. 1961, Odd Volumes showcases a selection of experimental and innovative works of book art from the 1960s to the present. Notable artists included in the collection are Yoko Ono, Xu Bing, Olafur Eliasson, Donald Lipski, Dieter Roth, Robert The, among others. The collection was originally curated by Doug Beube, for Allan Chasanoff, then co-curated with Jock Reynolds and his students at Yale
My artwork “Cube” from my 2001Volumes series will be on view in Odd Volumes at Yale Art Gallery, November 7, 2014 – February 1, 2015
Editor: Paul Sloman. Gestalten Press, Germany 2011.
A select sampling of artists that work with the book form.
6 Page Colour Illustrated Feature Showcase of my work with essay by Christine Antaya, and inside cover full back and front colour illustration of FLUTTER from my 2008 Devotion series.
Editors: R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, B. Meyer
Gestalten Press, September 2009
Full page colour layout of my artwork, (p.153, 154) with essay commentary in “Shapes and Guises” by Robert Klanten (p.126).
Includes many noteable artists working in the field of paper Art
Up Cycling, Deconstructing, and Reimagining the Book
Jason Thomas, Quarry Books
Editor: Mary Ann Hall
Full Page Colour Artwork Feature P. 129
Artist with Book. I found this at Anthropologie, Chelsea, New York, while visiting NYC
Sculpture Magazine, May 2011, Vol. 30 NO. 4
Review of “Open Book” Group Exhibition, by Roger Green, p. 66, 67.
I was a featured artist in this exhibition along with notable artists who work with paper and the book form (Doug Beube, Noriko Ambe, Adele Outerbridge, among others). Curated by Leslie Atzmon and Ryan Molloy