Lee Weber is a Redding, CA, native now living in Lake Shastina, CA. Her interest in art began at a young age, and she later persued her art education at the California College of Arts & Crafts in Oakland, CA. She returned to Redding to work and raise her family, and has continued her art studies with various workshops and classes throughout California. Now retired, she is utilizing a variety of mediums working with watercolor, pen and ink, oil, acrylic, and more recently, encaustic wax.
Exhibitions include Jack London Square, Oakland; Redding’s Annual Old City Hall Christmas Show; annual Lake Redding and Turtle Bay Museum art fairs; Old Shasta Art Fair; North Valley Art League Small Painting Shows; North Valley League’s Autumn Art Exhibition; and juried art competitions. she is a member of the Shasta County Arts Council, the Siskiyou Arts Council, and presently serves as a board member and Publicity Chairman for Siskiyou Artists Association. Various oil paintings are now on display at several restaurants in the Mt. Shasta area.
“My expression on canvas represents a journey through my eyes with nature’s beauty. Living in Siskiyou County gives me a great opportunity to create and interpret nature before me, cloud formations, the forest, lakes, high desert and most of all, majestic Mt. Shasta.”
Contact Lee Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530.938.3618