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Art: Adventist Artist Elfred Lee

By Sharon


The current
issue of College and University Dialogue features an interview with
Adventist artist Elfred Lee
. Born in
Seoul, Korea, to missionary parents, Lee became
interested in art while, as a child, he and his family spent three years in
Japanese prison camps in the Philippines. Today he is a well-known illustrator and painter
who teaches at the SDA University of Montemorelos, in México.
Lee is
interviewed by Humberto M. Rasi, director of the General Conference Education
Department and editor of College and University Dialogue. The journal
is an international publication on faith, thought, and action, published by the
Committee on Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) in
cooperation with the 13 world divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist
Elfred Lee on the Web

Web Site: Elfred Lee

Art Gallery: Elfred Lee Religious

Article: Elfred
Lee Unveils Noah’s Ark Painting

Shop: Elfred
Lee Artwork on

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