Eddie Lee has been making prints for over 25 years. He started out as a letterpress printer. Most recently Eddie has developed a new technique, using sheet magnets. He has being printing with his own proprietary linoleum cut, soft point and monotype technique for the last several years.
Eddie's work explores human emotions. He tries to capture moments of human connections and sometime ventures into greater social conditions. He frequently incorporates musical motifs into his creative work expressing rhythm, scale, phrases, and tones through proportion and color.
His work has been shown in various galleries including the Arc gallery, Marine Society of Artists, the Graphic Arts Workshop gallery in San Francisco, and Aurelia Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. His works are in the Kala Institute collection. Eddie studied art and design, and graduated with a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Massachusetts College of Art, in Boston. He received his MFA from the Yale School of Art, Yale University. Eddie is the president of the Graphic Arts Workshop in San Francisco, the premier printmaking cooperative in the country for over 70 years. He is the founder and creative director of Square Two Design, a graphic design firm in San Francisco.