Haesook “Hannah” Lee was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. Lee immigrated to America with her family when she was in college. Being an immigrant surrounded by unfamiliar ways, she turned towards Christianity as her base, which gave her the chance to explore her inner self. It was then that her journey of faith and the journey to her inner life began. Lee’s art is about the process of transforming inner self in the new life which represents God based on specific Biblical passages. Since she began painting in 2010, her work has evolved to assemblage and sculpture, and then to installation art. Lee’s artistic goal is to express and convey the new life within her through her work based on the Scripture, and this allows her to share her subjective and individual belief objectively and universally. Lee has had solo and group exhibitions since 2011. The galleries she has exhibited are:  Kellogg University art gallery, Pomona, CA; Arts Visalia Art Center, Visalia, CA; Launch/Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA; First Floor gallery, Santa Clarita, CA; RedArtBox gallery, Los Angeles, CA; NAC gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA; Inside Small online art gallery, New York; Art Share L.A. Los Angeles, CA; Art Landing gallery, Inglewood, CA; Imperial Valley College art gallery, Imperial, CA; Los Angeles Municipal art gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Linus gallery, Pasadena, CA; Whittier art gallery, Whittier, CA; SoPas art gallery, South Pasadena, CA; SOPA Studio gallery, South Pasadena, CA; La Canada Public Library, La Canada, CA. Lee lives and works in Arcadia, California.