debbie lee

picturesque peatland - foinaven
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58.0 x 28.0 cm
beyond - sanna bay
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45.0 x 45.0 cm
crossing the point - sanna bay
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22.0 x 22.0 cm
the bay beyond - sanna bay
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30.0 x 30.0 cm
center of attention - sanna bay
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30.0 x 90.0 cm
dune dwelling - sanna bay
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30.0 x 30.0 cm
entry, either side - sanna bay
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36.0 x 36.0 cm
exit, either side - sanna bay
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36.0 x 36.0 cm
backdrop to the beach - sanna bay
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22.0 x 22.0 cm
glimpse - foinaven
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22.0 x 22.0 cm
last of the lazy beds - foinaven
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30.0 x 30.0 cm
streaming - foinaven
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45.0 x 45.0 cm
standing proud - foinaven
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53.0 x 53.0 cm
debbie lee

Debbie Lee grew up in the west Highland town of Fort William and studied Embroidered and Woven Textiles at Glasgow School of Art. After graduating, she worked as a woven textile designer before moving to outdoor clothing design. For the past twenty years, Debbie has lived and worked in Caithness, in the far north of Scotland. Her work, in the most part, is inspired by and depicts the scenery of Scotland, particularly the Highlands, where she has spent most of her life. Walking with family, friends and her dogs is where she draws the greatest inspiration, experiencing an amplified connection to the landscape by sharing it with others. Debbie’s work is developed using layering of various techniques. Drawing forms the primary step to each piece, using black biro in sketchbooks to capture a sense of place. Her final pieces begin with paint, reflecting the initial sketch and defining colour, before collaged layers are built up using fabric and paper. Finally, machine and hand embroidery is applied to complete each unique piece. 

debbie lee

Debbie Lee grew up in the west Highland town of Fort William and studied Embroidered and Woven Textiles at Glasgow School of Art. After graduating, she worked as a woven textile designer before moving to outdoor clothing design. For the past twenty years, Debbie has lived and worked in Caithness, in the far north of Scotland. Her work, in the most part, is inspired by and depicts the scenery of Scotland, particularly the Highlands, where she has spent most of her life. Walking with family, friends and her dogs is where she draws the greatest inspiration, experiencing an amplified connection to the landscape by sharing it with others. Debbie’s work is developed using layering of various techniques. Drawing forms the primary step to each piece, using black biro in sketchbooks to capture a sense of place. Her final pieces begin with paint, reflecting the initial sketch and defining colour, before collaged layers are built up using fabric and paper. Finally, machine and hand embroidery is applied to complete each unique piece.