Lee Baldwin's Modern Art Glass, Contemporary Stained Glass, Hard-Edge Impressionism, Repainted Photographs
History as a Contemporary artist
Lee Baldwin is a visual artist and jazz keyboard stylist in California. In his work since the 1970s, he conceived his approach to 3D art glass design, invented the painting style known as Hard-Edge Impressionism, and coined the term Repainted Photograph.
In art glass, during 1973-76, he pioneered a contemporary design style using methods of theatre scene painters, resulting in unusual three-dimensional (3D) effects in his stained glass window commissions.
Later he developed a style of painting (acrylic and oil on canvas) he termed Hard-Edge Impressionism, due to the many faceted areas of flat color which together formed the image.
More recently, Baldwin coined the term Repainted Photograph for his digital reinterpretation of photographic scenes, chiefly from the California landscape.
Websites Featuring Lee Baldwin's Work
Besides this portfolio, Baldwin's art glass work is also described and offered for sale on Etsy. His repainted photographs are for sale as demand prints at Fine Art America.
Some of the earlier paintings are described on the Hungry Raven artist website.
Baldwin is no longer working in stained glass. The works offered on Etsy are the last ones that will be available.
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