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Kathryn F. Lee trained in illustration at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts with a BFA from the University of Pennsylvania and studied abroad on two traveling fellowships from the Academy. After finishing a big bank mural in Philadelphia, she went abroad again, this time to Florence to study Italian. By chance, her first job was illustrating books for a Florentine publisher, Adriano Salani, where she worked for nearly a year. Upon returning to the United States, she worked for various publishers, including Doubleday, D.C. Heath, Houghton Mifflin, several magazine publishers, and architectural firms doing historical murals. In the early 1960s, she became the head of the illustration department at Moore College of Art. She is currently a member of Muse Gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Kathryn Lee’s recent work continues to display a deep understanding of color and color combinations, plus an inventive--even whimsical--approach to composition. Working with fine art paper in a rainbow of complementary colors, her process produces bas-relief abstractions, featuring a whole vocabulary of playful shapes: stars and stairways, turbulent ovals and multi-hued trapezoids. The torn-paper artist whips up a rare give-and-take between naive play and formal elegance.