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About Mr. Paul Lee

Artist, Art Teacher, Art Therapist
Artist Art Teacher Paul Lee
Mr. Lee Thiam Seng (Paul) is an artist, art teacher, art therapist, consultant and founder of UniqArts and Technologies in 1995. Mr. Lee was born in 1966, Singapore. Mr. Lee holds a Master in Arts in Art Therapy from LaSalle College of the Arts and a Bachelor Degree in Management from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia. He also received his fine art certificate from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore. Mr. Lee's comic works were frequently selected and published in Singapore Chinese Newspaper - Lianhe Zaobao. He has been teaching art since 1989 and experience in running different types of creative therapies for individuals, group or corporations. He is the author of the popular drawing books series for children - "Drawing is Easy".
Drawing Books 5 series
Mr. Lee is the pioneer in making art lessons to be delivered online via internet -  www.onlineArtclass.com  This e-learning classroom started in year 2000. He is also the developer and trainer for the ARTeach Teachers Training Course.  Mr. Lee has won several prizes in Singapore national art competitions. Many of his students are winners of art competitions, for both national and international. Mr. Lee initiated Green Origami project to take the art of paper folding by converting recycle papers into highly functional, aesthetic and useful items in daily lives.Mr. Lee has facilitated many creative and art projects for therapeutic and developmental for children and adult. 
Mr. Lee led many UniqArts Creative Therapies and some of the corporate clients are Chevro, Cherie Hearts Kindergarten, Faber Castell, Health Promotion Board, National Library Board, Singapore Police Force, Singapore Prison, MOE Schools, Feiyue Community, PCF, SBS Transit, NTUC, OAG, Johnson & Johnson, SAP, TOUCH Community, United Square, Unilever, etc.

He has experience in running individual and group art therapy treatment for pupils at Association for Persons with Special Needs (APSN), women with breast cancer at KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH), psychotic patients at Changi General Hospital (CGH) Psychiatric Ward, older adults (geriatric) at Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital's (KWSH) Day Rehabilitative Center and Geriatric Day Hospital (GDH) at CGH. Mr. Lee conducted a research at KKH with Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval for his Art Therapy masters thesis: "Art Therapy as a Modality of Healing in Stages - For Women with Breast Cancer." Mr. Lee is a dynamic and versatile artist, he has created many masterpieces and with ability to master many different art forms.

Here are some of Mr. Lee artworks:

Acrylic on Canvas

Caricature Art Works for Individual

Caricature Art Works for Group

Chinese Brush Painting

Digital Art Works

Fine Pencil Drawing

Pastel Painting

Water Colouring

Portrait Art