work located at The Domain
Faith is about being certain of what we do not see. Jesus often interacted with people who were blind and at times He restored their sight. But He often spoke about us having spiritual eyes to see things in the realm of faith. Like cataracts obscure sight and can ultimately cause blindness, there are also things which can obscure our faith in the unseen.
A Melbourne–based painter, Adam Lee’s previous work has investigated ideas of poverty and groups marginalised in society. His current works explore ideas of spirituality and ‘the secular and the sacred’ in our everyday experience. He has exhibited regularly for the past ten years. In 2003 he was awarded a Siemens Fine Art Scholarship and was a finalist in the 2006 Sulman Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW. He is currently completing his PhD at RMIT University.