At Least, At Least, A Loss, 2018
Acrylic on Canvas
54.5 x 85in
Here Ness Lee’s iconic characters seen rolling in what appears to be tall grasses. It’s an almost abstract representation with limbs that are disconnected from the figure and golden foliage that are just as evocative of tongues or gentle flames. These patterns present a kind of calm regularity, bringing the piece back to its neighbours that are characterized by order. Ness Lee is a Toronto based artist, who works in drawing, ceramics, murals and more. Her work is seen all over town and discussed in Juxtapose magazine, Lucky Peach, CBC, Design Sponge, Vice and more.