“When we go to sleep, we take with us the things of the day and tear them up and recombine them. We dream by our own light and in doing so become a creator.”
Lee Brogan is a New Zealand artist specialising in contemporary cast glass, pate de verre glass sculpture, mixed media, collage and printmaking, Working both in digital and traditional methods.
She utilizes lead crystal casting glass, and makes mold-melted or kiln cast glass using the lost-wax method and the ancient Egyptian technique of pate de verre (glass paste).
She has exhibited widely in New Zealand and Australia and her work has been selected for inclusion in major national and international competitions.
Her art is environmentally and politically inspired and she works from her studio at her rural country home in the Bay of Islands, Northland, New Zealand.