Creative Bloch Magazine

I just received my copy of this great independent art magazine. There’s a nice four page spread on my sculpture, along with excellent work by 12 other artists. It’s Issue # 3, Winter 2108 of Creative Bloch Art Magazine. Order your own copy here.

Lee Puffer contemporary artist featured in Creative Bloch art magazine
Cover image of Creative Bloch Magazine, Issue #3 Winter 2018
Lee Puffer, contemporary artist, featured in independent art magazine Creative Bloch
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Images of contemporary sculpture by Lee Puffer in Creative Bloch Magazine
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Images of contemporary sculpture by Lee Puffer in independent Art Magazine, Creative Bloch.
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Images of sculpture by contemporary artist, Lee Puffer, in Creative Bloch Magazine
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ARTSD 2016, booth 401

Contemporary art, drawing painting and sculpture by Lee Puffer at ART SAN DIEGO 2016
A view into ART SAN DIEGO 2016 booth 401 featuring work by Lee Puffer. Seen here, Puffer’s three “Brainstorm” sculptures (purple, blue, and yellow) five sets of white porcelain and gold hand sculptures (below, foreground), and two large framed “Brainstorm” drawings (on wall, behind sculpture). All work is for sale.

I am please to be represented at ART SAN DIEGO 2016 again this year. Booth 401 is a joint project by some of San Diego’s most interesting arts organizations; the Mesa College Museum Studies Program, The San Diego Art Prize, San Diego Art Institute, and San Diego Visual Arts Network. The collaboration between these organizations is rooted in a mutual interest to promote artists, exhibit their work, and network with the San Diego community.
The booth features artwork by San Diego Art Institute members who have been past years’ nominees for the San Diego Art Prize, and highlights the artists that have made the transition from their studios to solid representation in the San Diego art scene. My work was nominated for the Art Prize in 2011.
There is a range of affordable artwork available, including drawing, painting, sculpture, textiles and ceramics. Other participating artists include Claudia Cano, Andrea Chung, Beliz Iristay, Bhavna Mehta, Margaret Noble, PANCA, Sasha Koozel Reibstein, Aren Skalman, Anna Stump and Joe Yorty.
It a pleasure to be in such good company. Joe Yorty and Sasha Koozel Reibstein  were two of my favorites from the group.

Surprise Video

The San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies students stopped by the studio for a vist and seruptitiously recorded me talking about some recent work. Dia Bassett recorded and edited this video. I’m glad I didnt know it was being captured at the time, but I’m happy to have this clip now. Thanks to the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies program for the visit and for all great work you do supporting artists and arts professionals.