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The Ringing Earth is a new body of work made of welded steel and mixed materials. It is installed as a sculptural piece of music composed in three “movements”.
Entering the gallery space, one experiences the first movement: a series of organically shaped ground works. Each piece has its own subtle rhythm. The second movement has a different theme and melody. In the recapitulation, there is a sculptural reoccurrance of the original melody.
Jeanette Lee received her A.R.C.T. Associateship with the Royal Conservatory of Music, and her B.A. at UBC. She then turned to sculpture doing her post-graduate work at the Art Students League of N.Y. She has received many awards for her artwork and has been an Artist in Residence at the Sculpture Centre of N.Y. and the Studio School of the Aegean, Greece. She has exhibited extensively since 1984 including solo exhibitions in B.C, N.Y. and Switzerland.