Lee Chung-Chung (1942-) was born in Anhui, China. In 1945, she settled in Tainan, Taiwan. She was born into a painter’s family, influenced at an early age had an early start in ink creation, and now possess a mature art style. Lee applied the growth and expansion of ink as well as automatism to create a seemingly vigorous circulation in her works. Her unique style, dominated by the charm of firmness and flexibility, has let her establish a solid position in Taiwanese abstract ink painting.
Since 1970, her works have been exhibited in the US, various countries in Europe, China, Japan, and Korea. Her works have also been included in collections at the National Museum of History, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Tainan Art Museum, Asia Art Center in Maryland, Fukuoka Art Museum, Qingdao Art Museum, including domestic and international private collections. Arts, Asia Art Center in Maryland, Fukuoka Art Museum, Qingdao Art Museum, including domestic and international private collections.