DULCIE DEE

Dulcie Dee’s passion for the arts escalated when she won first prize for the NYC Anti-Drug Abuse poster contest. Her work is a Zen fusion of East and West. Each painting pulsates with rich, vibrant, tropical colors painted with clarity, precision and with a free-flowing sense of subject, shade and color. Just as entrancing as her seascapes are her enigmatic paintings of lovely, demure yet sensuous Geishas revealing the erotic sensuality of the female body. Connoisseurs of nature from more than 14 countries, including the US, Philippines, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Germany, France, and Bermuda have purchased her paintings for their private collections. Dee, a native New Yorker, still lives in the great city.

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“The Peking Princess”

Painting 2008.

Oil with gold and glitter on canvas.
36 "x 48"

Unframed nude abstract, signed on back.

 

“Mariko II”

Mixed Media 2005.
Watercolor, gouache, pen and ink, color pencil on watercolor paper.
18"x 24"

Unframed, signed.

“Eri”

Mixed Media 2005.
Watercolor, gouache, pen and ink, color pencil on watercolor paper.
18"x 24"

Unframed, signed.

 

“Akiko”

Mixed Media 2005.
Watercolor, gouache, pen and ink, color pencil on watercolor paper.
18"x 24"

Unframed, signed.