The following biography is submitted January 2007, by the artist, a figurative sculptor who works in wood and bronze:
Candice Raquel Lee still remembers the first time she smelled real
modeling clay. She was attending first grade in her native Brooklyn,
NY and a local artist who had been invited to visit the class handed
each student a bit of clay to work with. The moment she handled it and
breathed its earthy smell, she felt it was something natural and
familiar, like something from another life. Then and there at the age
of six, Lee's love affair with the medium of sculpture began.
Lee's childhood, her mother indulged her urge to sculpt with a set of
rudimentary pottery tools,
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