Hughie Lee-Smith  (American, 1915-1999) 

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Hughie Lee-Smith Biography
  Born, Eustis, Florida
  Lived and worked in Alburquerque, NM
  Died in Albuquerque, NM
  BS, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
  Cleveland Institue of Art, OH
  John Huntington Polytechnic Institute, Cleveland, OH
  Art School of the Detroit Society of Arts & Crafts (Center for Creative Studies, College of Art and Design) MI
  Honors/Awards: Hughie Lee-Smith Day, Eustis, FL, January 16, 1998
  Official Key to the City of Eustis, Fl, 1998
  Proclamation, signed by the Secretary of state and bearing the Official Seal of the State of Florida, for Outstanding career and talent as an artist
  Dedicators Plaque and Certificate, for achievement of artistic merit, The Henry House, Brooklyn, NY, October 25
  Benjamin West Clindinst Medal, for achievement of exceptional merit, preseted by Artist's Fellowship, Inc. at the Century Club, New York, May 15
Selected Exhibitions
2000   Memorial Exhibition, June Kelly Gallery, New York
1997   Hughie Lee- Smith: A Retrospective, organized by The Ogunquit Museum of American Art, ME; curated by Dr. Michael Culver; traveling exhibition
1997   Of time and space... paintings by Hughie Lee-Smith, Milton Rhodes Gallery at the Sawtooth Building, Winston-Salem, NC; a presentation of Winston-Salem Delta fine Arts, Inc; catalogue essay by Dr. Leo Twiggs
1996   Hughie Lee-Smith: Cleveland Vsisionnary, Malcolm Brown Gallery, Shaker Heights, OH
1995   Hughie Lee-Smith: Overview 1945-1995, The Gallery of Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ
1994   Watercolors, June Kelly Gallery, New York
1993   Hughie Lee-Smith Selected Paintings, Flushcing Council on culture and the Arts at town Hall, New York
1991   Paintings, June Kelly Gallery, New York
1990   Greenville Museum of Art, SC