Medium: Linocut print – ink on paper
Dimensions: Image size 14cm (height), 11.5cm (width). Total paper size: 35.5cm (height), 25cm (width)
Notes: The border around the image allows for framing and matting (if desired), or it can be trimmed. This linocut created by Chera Lee has been kindly and generously printed on quality paper by Bridget Hillebrand of the Silk Linocut Print Room.
Ka-Moho-Alli’i is a reference to the Hawaiian god of sharks.
Chera Lee Conrad
Chera Lee’s interest in art began in childhood, when she remembers sculpting play-dough that her mum made. Today, Chera Lee likes to work with materials that she finds to create unique pieces ranging from wearable fabric flowers to carved wooden objects.
It’s a testament to Chera Lee’s resourcefulness, strength and resolve that she survived through significant hardship and continued to develop ideas for her art by researching at libraries.
It was also during this difficult time that Chera Lee discovered a shop in Cranbourne that provided her with inspiration to make her fairy-like creations.
Chera Lee is grateful to have found accommodation through Housing Choices Australia.
To read more about Chera Lee, click here.