About Lee Prescott
Artist and Designer
In my art and design practice, I explore color, lines, and shapes with an eye toward fun. I use found imagery from the natural world, and derive color schemes for design from my painting imagination. My printed fabric is used to sew fantastical patchwork forms.
I love interior design and am particularly interested patterns for rugs, wallpaper, and home decor.
While exploring art and design, I've been deeply inspired by Jonathan Adler, Alexander Girard, Rex Ray, Frank Stella, and Dries Van Noten.
Contact me if you're interested in help with your writing, purchasing artwork, commissions, or licensing.
Writer and Analyst
I've had a 20+ year career as a research analyst and writer, where I spend my days poring over spreadsheets and typing words. I write content for corporations and do developmental manuscript editing for individuals. I picked up an MFA in Creative Writing by writing a memoir of my crazy childhood.
In writing, the only colors typically used are black and white, and the only shapes are those on your keyboard. The colorful, curvy world of art and pattern design keep both sides of my brain balanced, my mind fresh and open.
One person, many talents
In my high school yearbook (I was valedictorian) I declared my ambition "to do everything." I believe that creativity is unlimited, and we can be many things all at once.
Back then, I could be a principal dancer with a local ballet company, captain of the running team, on the math team, manage the ski team, VP of the honor society, lead in the school play, and have an art show. My high school Latin teacher dubbed me a " real Renaissance woman." I hope someday to live up to the claim.
There's no reason we have to put all our interests aside once we graduate from high school, college, or graduate school. I am here to explore the boundaries of my own creativity while experiencing the magic of the people and places of planet earth.