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Lee Foran

Born in Baltimore, MD, Lee Foran discovered her love of music and creative expression at an early age. Whether performing, writing songs, or making art, she knew that her passion was in creating.

After performing music for several years, Lee spent the next ten years working as a human resource professional, before staying home to raise her son, Palmer. During those years, she started assisting friends and family with home decorating, eventually venturing out and developing a substantial client base. At the same time, Lee was introduced to mosaics and her love for this unique art form was immediate. Her clients began asking her to mosaic their kitchens, bathrooms, bars, and fireplaces, and in time, Lee stopped decorating and turned full time to the art of mosaic.

As a mixed media artist, Lee handcrafts work from a wide array of materials she has been collecting over time. Her portfolio consists of varied styles, although all fall within the category of 2d and 3d mixed media mosaics. Over the years, Lee’s work has become more and more intricate and often thousands of hand-cut pieces of glass are used in each work. Her musical influence is often found in the mosaics she creates and is a favorite of many of her clients.

A love of learning and unquenchable curiosity keeps Lee inspired and constantly refining her techniques. Primarily self-taught, her knowledge and skills have been broadened through her studies with both national and internationally acclaimed mosaic artists.

Two galleries in Harford County show Lee’s work and she continues to show at various juried fine art shows. Her art has graced the front page of Life at the Rocks magazine and has won several art show awards.

Member SAMA – Society of American Mosaic Artists
Member Sykesville Painting Club
Member Carroll County Arts Council

Lee believes that “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together” ~Vincent Van Gogh. Lee currently resides in Ellicott City, MD.

 


Historic Savage Mill
8600 Foundry Street
Suite 2063

Savage, MD 20763
located in the Cotton Shed (or Barn) building

 

Gallery Hours

Thurs-Sun 11am-6pm
Other days/times by appointment

 

Isn’t it great when FB friends become friends IRL? Karen & Ruth, now friends in real life, stand by sculptor Ed Kidera’s piece “Dragon Junk Airship”, one of their favs! What a perfect match since they’re librarians and Ed is also an author. Thank you Karen & Ruth, you brightened my day!
HorseSpirit at The Shops at Historic Savage Mill is open 11-6, Thu-Sun.
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We are thankful for the artwork that flows through HorseSpirit from artist studios to the homes of those who appreciate, fall in love with, and treasure it! Here are just a few pieces that have recently been taken home.
Visit us often and enjoy new pieces from our 48 Maryland artist/neighbors. We are located in the Cotton Shed “Barn” in Historic Savage Mill. Thu-Sun, 11-6 or if you prefer by appointment 301-490-2001
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Robin Holliday introduces our newest local artist… oil painter Tommy Roberts!
We’re also overjoyed to announce “Dance of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” SOLD on its first day in the gallery! Congratulations Tommy!
HorseSpirit Arts Gallery at The shops at Historic Savage Mill #HorseSpiritartist #HSAsold
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Thank you! It lifts our spirit knowing so many care and support the arts! Artists Nancy Lee Davis & Linda Schisler are very appreciative for all who came out for the preview & opening of Inspirations over the last 3 days! Remember – Inspirations runs till Nov 1st. HorseSpirit Arts at Historic Savage Mill is open 11-6, Thu-Sun and 24/7 online… HorseSpiritArtsGallery.com/inspirations/
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Inspirations with artists Nancy Lee Davis and Linda Schisler. Visit us before Sunday for a real Sneak Preview, or meet the artists Sunday, 10/11 from 1-4. See MoreSee Less

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We’re located at:

Historic Savage Mill
8600 Foundry Street, Suite 2063
Savage, MD 20763
located in the Cotton Shed (or Barn) building

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