Lee Davignon (She/They) is a textile and installation artist living and working in the Cascade foothills of Washington. Born and raised in Rhode Island, they earned their BFA in Fibers from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2013. Focusing on materiality and malleability, Davignon’s sculpture and installation form out of a material-led investigation that exists at the intersection of waste stream materials and extensive library of craft skills. Her work has been shown at the Fuller Craft Museum, SAM ReMix, Spring Break NYC, Common AREA Gallery, Shunpike Storefronts, The Factory, and the Klondike National Historical Park.

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