Throughout the years, I’ve experimented in a Techspressionist manner by staging a variety of manufactured ephemeral objects on my studio worktable, photographing them and creatively altering those captured images via a variety of computer programs. I often prefer to use pixels as a means of artistic expression rather than traditional art mediums. The digital images are then converted into physical works as archival pigment prints on paper, canvas, plastic or aluminum either as singular works or as editions.
Lee Musgrave studied with Fritz Faiss & Hans Burkhardt. Fritz studied at the Bauhaus with Paul Klee & Wassily Kandinsky. Hans was studio partner of Arshile Gorky. Musgrave has a M.A. from CSU Los Angeles and is a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship recipient. His art has been exhibited in over 20 solo and 100 group exhibitions, including the 2018 Barcelona Foto Biennale and the 2016 Berlin Foto Biennale. Musgrave’s works have been featured in F-Stop zine, Art Ascent zine, DoHo e-zine, and The Photo Review.