Marilyn Lee’s creative approach to motif, pattern, design and texture are initially inspired by the process of dyeing wool in varying colours and shades to create an extensive palette. In 2005, Marilyn launched a new line of contemporary textiles under the label of “MML textiles” at the Interior Design Show in Toronto, exhibiting her mastery of technique and refined sense of design. Marilyn received her training from the University of Calgary and the Alberta College of Art & Design. She has shown her work in major fairs and shows across the country and in solo and group exhibitions. Marilyn was one of a handful of Canadians to be included in the 2004 World Meeting of Felt Art Exhibition in Hungary.
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