Jason Lee is currently an Associate Professor of Sculpture and Foundations Coordinator in the Division of Art and Design at West Virginia University in Morgantown. Lee was born in 1969 in Goldsborough, NC. He received his BFA from Kent State University in 1993 and his MFA from University of Wisconsin Madison in 1998.
A multi media sculptor and installation artist, Jason Lee incorporates a wide variety of materials and techniques into his oddly humorous constructions and presentations. In some of Lee's most recent work he utilizes custom fabricated light boxes as well as cast plastic ducks and extruded foam fences to create his vision of the ideal landscape. Lee received the 2008 SECAC Individual Artists Fellowship and recently had work featured at the Clark Arts Center in Rockford, IL and in the 2014 “A Gallery Divided” Exhibition at the Clay Center for the Arts in Charleston, WV.
Student Work: Dimensional Photo (Assignment)