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Genesis: Chapter 1
1985
By:Gabrielle Wu Lee, MD, MFA (1935-2010)

Einstein taught us E= MC where C is the speed of light, expressed in distance per time. It seems that without light, there will be no definitions for space and time, hence no definitions for mass (M) and energy (E). So, ‘Let there be light’ might be a precursor for the creation/existence of the material universe.
Donated by Paul Z. Lee, PhD to celebrate the 2020 grand opening of FSU’s new EOAS building.

Everglades Clouds and Shower
1997
By:Gabrielle Wu Lee, MD, MFA (1935-2010)

The angry shower is finally moving to a distance.The evening sunshine penetrates through a low angle with brilliance of full spectrum. Peace and hope shall rejuvenate the world and our trembling heats
Donated by Paul Z. Lee, PhD to celebrate the 2020 grand opening of FSU’s new EOAS building.

Emerald Beach
1997
By:Gabrielle Wu Lee, MD, MFA (1935-2010)

Emerald Beach, with its crystal clear bluish-green water is a true gemstone of Florida. It purifies the world with blessing and grace.
Donated by Paul Z. Lee, PhD to celebrate the 2020 grand opening of FSU’s new EOAS building.

Phoenix
1993
By:Gabrielle Wu Lee, MD, MFA (1935-2010)

A magnificent bird, reborn in fire,becoming more beautiful, more intelligent and more powerful.
Donated by Paul Z. Lee, PhD to celebrate the 2020 grand opening of FSU’s new EOAS building.


Palace of Adventure
1999
By:Gabrielle Wu Lee, MD, MFA (1935-2010)

While visiting Carlsbad Cavens, NM, Gabrielle said,
“Just like exploring a field of knowledge, we will encounter so many beautiful surpises.” The Stalactites and stalagmites were built up by drops of mineral-saturated water patiently through thousands,even millions of years.
Donated by Paul Z. Lee, PhD to celebrate the 2020 grand opening of FSU’s new EOAS building.


Fall Expression
1993
By:Gabrielle Wu Lee, MD, MFA (1935-2010)

In leaf turning season, the Great Smokey Mountains attract people from all around the U.S. and the world.It is the golden harvest time. It is a time of remembrance, nostalgia, gratitude and appreciation.
Donated by Paul Z. Lee, PhD to celebrate the 2020 grand opening of FSU’s new EOAS building.


Rocky Rainbow Chase
1989
By:Gabrielle Wu Lee, MD, MFA (1935-2010)

The Grand Canyon reveals the great dynamicity of our seemingly still Earth. The rocks were formed by layers through millions of years underwater in a marine environment; lifted up thousands of feet above sea level, then cut down by the Colorado River. We chase the colorful rainbow of rocks interacting with the shifting sunshine.
Donated by Paul Z. Lee, PhD to celebrate the 2020 grand opening of FSU’s new EOAS building.