Jocelyn Lee earned her BFA from Pepperdine University in 1996 and is currently working in the Las Vegas public school district as an art teacher. She completed her Masters in Education with art emphasis at UNLV in May of 2008.
Jocelyn loves music, beauty, and color. She has enjoyed painting celebrities as well as beautiful beaches.
She has painted murals that have appeared in the hallways of elementary schools and others that adorn her son's walls.
She is a member of the Henderson Art Association, the Contemporary Arts Collective, and the Las Vegas Art Museum, and has exhibited art through these organizations for over ten years.
Her philosophy: “Art is a reflection of life” and experiences change the art.
It can pretty much be whatever we want it to. It can come from within. It can come from our surroundings. It can come from just about anywhere.
How do we define it? How do we interpret it? How do we connect with it? Art is subjective and personal and ever-changing, so the answer to these questions is pretty much up to us.
It can move us. It can inspire us. It can perplex and entertain us. It can influence us. It can imitate us. It can be everything and nothing all at once.
It can be painted or drawn or sprayed or hand-made. It can be visual, vocal, or verbal. Poets, sculptors, metal-workers, mixed media folks. Everyone with a grain of creativity or simply an appreciation is welcome.
Because art is so entirely subjective, please understand that this site has been created and will continue to evolve to serve not just the community of artists but the notion of all the things that art itself can be.
That said, the content of the site will be limited to things that will hopefully incite limited controversy, if any at all, but there may be links to people with artistic pursuits that may or may not be in line with some of the rest of us.
Again, using the best of our discretion, we will attempt to fairly represent as many local artists as we can and hope that everyone can find something to appreciate in each others' vision.
Visit the official Henderson Art Association website here: