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Lee-Ann Haslam

Lee-Ann Haslam, born in Kingston, Jamaica, divides her time between Japan and Jamaica. She pursued her art education at The University of ITSON in Sonora, Mexico; Fordham University in New York; and Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan. Haslam, a national Monbukagakusho scholar, earned her Master's degree with honors in Creative Glass from Tokyo University of the Arts.

 

Her chosen medium is glass, and she appreciates its dual nature, describing it as both strong and fragile, offering both rewards and challenges. Haslam's work has been showcased in international publications and media. She exhibits globally, including with organizations like The United Nations. Notable patrons, including the Jamaica International Insurance Company (JIIC), The Embassy of Jamaica in Japan, and H.I.H Princess Hitachi of Japan, as well as political figures like Former Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller, own some of her pieces.

Artworks by Lee-Ann Haslam

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