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Bio: "Lori Lejeune is an artist in Atlanta who explores the intersection of art and technology in her print and web-based work. Her artwork has been exhibited throughout the US and is included in corporate, private and museum collections. Collectors include: the Charter Management Company, Coronado Press, the Museum of South Texas, Mexic-Arte Museum, and the University of Texas Benson/Romo Collection, among others." View my Resume/CV:

More about Artwork and Artist: Although I work with several types of digital media, I favor the use of 3-d software for my photographic and mixed media artwork. Using software similar to the kind used to create 3-d animated films, a composition or world is built and arranged within the virtual environment of the computer. This virtual world can then be 'photographed' (rendered) from any angle: top, bottom or sides. The 3-d digital process is a unique and time-intensive process that can be thought of as a combination of sculpting and photography. My imagery is whimsical and unconventional, playful and serious. Chess references appear frequently in my work and although I'm not a chess player, I'm inspired by the game for representing life's choices and challenges, victories and defeats. I believe the development of digital work as fine art media is exciting and exploring various types of digital media continues to be very meaningful to me. The present day is an exciting time for digital media, similar to the time when traditional photography was new and was not yet well understood as a fine art medium.

The photographic prints are on professional Fujicolor Crystal Archive and Kodak Supra Endura papers. The mixed media works are archival ink on 100% cotton paper mounted on canvas, which is then hand-textured and matte varnished. All artwork is hand-signed and with proper care it should last you a lifetime.

Some additional facts about me are: a) a palmist told me that I have a creative gift sign in my palm; it is a star of 3 intersecting lines in my left palm right below my third finger and b) the first cash I received for my artwork was in fourth grade when I won $20 for a poster that I drew for a parish-wide contest. More >

Your purchase helps me continue making artwork and your support is appreciated.



||-->May 13 - June 23, 2017 at Decatur Arts Alliance, Flight & Figures solo exhibit with selections from installation series. See more of the Flight series at


  • Dec. 10, 2016 from 6-10:00 pm, - Kibbee Gallery, Atlanta group show. Continues thru Dec. 30. Th - Sat. 2:00-6:00 pm

  • April 23, 2016 - Hambidge art auction group show at Goat Farm Arts Center, Atlanta -- work on paper from Body Language series sold.


  • Dec. 11 - 12, 2015, MINT Gallery, Atlanta - small works postcard group show.

  • Sept. 25 - Oct 23, 2015, One person exhibit of my Body Language mixed media installation series at Southwest Art Center. 915 New Hope Rd SW | Atlanta, Tues. – Fri. 8:30 – 5:00 pm Sat. 8:30 am – 3:00 pm.

||-->2013 - 2014

  • November 8 - January 10, 2014, a couple of my small works are on view for the juried show at Southwest Art Center. 915 New Hope Rd SW | Atlanta.

  • In October - November 23, PB&J Gallery is featuring my lamppost series during Atlanta Celebrates Photography. Ask to see additional unframed images. 35 Howard St., SE | Atlanta, GA 30317, Thurs-Sat 12 to 5.

  • The American Institute of Architects, Atlanta selected an installation of the Body Language mixed media series for their URBANfronts gallery event. Thru April 20th at 855 Peachtree St, between 6th and 7th St. | Atlanta.


  • My ART of CHESS book is now available for a limited time!!

  • A one-person exhibit of my Chess Constructions will be on view during October for Atlanta Celebrates Photography at Georgia Perimeter College Studio Gallery, Clarkston Campus, Fine Arts Building, North Entrance.

  • Thru February 16, Real Gallery in Texas exhibits my 15 foot installation of the Body Language mixed media work in a multimedia juried show.


  • In December, my work is part of the invitational 1x1=One exhibit at HauStudio Gallery, NC. Also opening November 17th, select pieces from my Body Language series will be on view at Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta. Below: installation of 1x1=One.

  • Thank you to CommonCreativ Magazine for naming me one of Atlanta's 50 Most Creative People for my work with digital art. The mentions were cross-disciplinary across the arts and included well-known Atlantans in film, Tyler Perry and Jasmine Guy. Below: co-founders Maria Yanovsky, Kristina Dutton and me at the March release event.

  • Buckhead's Art House Gallery in Atlanta, specializing in artists of the South, is showing a selection of my work thru June.

  • Images from my lamppost series and chess series will be featured in Macworld's 2011 Digital Art Gallery, San Francisco.


This is me with artist Maggie Taylor at her opening with photographer Jerry Uelsmann. They are both great. I wanted to ask Jerry to take this photo so that I also would have an 'original Jerry Uelsmann photo' but I chickened out.

  • Thru Christmas, my lamppost series is featured at Digital Arts Studio 1082-B Huff Rd. NW, Atlanta with an open house reception Saturday, December 4 from 1-5pm.

  • Nov 18th - January 8 : Mark your calendars for the Little Things Mean a Lot show and sale at the fabulous Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlanta. Opens Thursday, November 18, 2010, 6-8pm. NOTE Nov 19th: SOLD OUT, all my work has sold.

  • Artwork featured in group exhibit at Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christi, August 20 - December 2010.

  • July: NEW Chess artworks added; 2 NEW lamppost images; also NEW mixed media pieces! One of my goals is to have a book of artwork published and while I'm still creating a few pieces from my other series to keep it interesting, I'm mainly focussing on chess pieces for the book.

  • One of my visual anagrams is included in Macworld's Digital Art Gallery, San Francisco in February.

  • I would like to honor the memory of my dear collector, George Kremenesky of Missouri, who recently passed away. He was a retired school teacher with a beautiful speaking voice who was always appreciative and supportive of my artwork and collected several of my pieces. Also my friend Joe Hardegree, formerly Director of the Pacific Art League in California before retirement. Joe was a positive force, another one of the good guys in life; and he helped and encouraged me to pursue my digital artwork. They will be missed.


  • Dec. 1 - 23 at Digital Arts Studio. If you will be in the Atlanta area in December, please visit Digital Arts Studio and vote for my artwork in the Digital Imaging Competition -- Your support is appreciated!

  • Rob with the frame he made for the Narnian Narrative print he
    and his wife Debbie purchased; the frame mirrors the shape of
    the wardrobe in the print... love this!

  • Sept. 18, 19, 20: Select artwork at The Art House Gallery, 1574 Cave Road, Atlanta, each day: 12-6 pm

  • Happy New Year! Have a look at some of my recent Chess Scapes and Body Language series in Moonshine online journal of the arts. "Throughout history artists have used the tools..." read more of this article ...


  • Come by the holiday show and sale at the fabulous Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlanta, November 19-January 10, 2009. Note 12/31/08: Sold out -- all my work in the exhibit sold but if you wanted one of mine you saw there, email me -- thanks to everyone!

  • Notecards of my work are currently available at the Austin Museum of Art through the Serie Project in Texas.

  • Artwork included in High Museum Arts Day, Atlanta on Monday November 17, 2008. This popular event includes lunch and lots of artwork. Tickets are $150 and must be purchased by November 10. Email me for details.

  • Group exhibit at Manuel's Micro Gallery in conjunction with Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX August 18 - September 16.

  • If you are looking for my first Summer sale event, please email me. This invitation only event runs June 6 - June 20.


  • Work is at Kool Korner Gallery, 341-A 14th St, Atlanta November 11-25th, 2007.

  • A selection of nine different prints are available through the Seen Gallery in Decatur thru August 2007.

  • Selections from the 'Body Language' figure series are on view at the Seen Gallery in Decatur thru May 2007.


  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia Pin-Up Show. Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006

  • Work on view at boswell Gallery, metro Atlanta. Exhibitions run July 4 - August 30, 2006.

  • boswell Gallery in metro Atlanta includes my work in the art exhibition which runs December 1 - January 17 with an opening reception: Thursday, December 1, 6 - 9 pm.


  • Print of 'The Watcher' is purchased for the permanent collections of The University of Texas Benson/Romo Collection and the Mexic-Arte Museum, 2005

View my Resume/CV thru 1994 -->

Press Quotes
Press coverage includes: Television, radio, and publications such as the San Francisco Chronicle, Austin-American Statesman, New Orleans Times-Picayune, San Jose Magazine, Discover: Silicon Valley and Arriba: Art & Business News. See below:

"Lejeune's vibrant work ... provides an introspective commentary on universal themes -- from relationship idiosyncrasies to life decisions and humorous contradictions ... "
Karen Grafe, Discover-Silicon-Valley Magazine

"(Lejeune's work) speaks with a strong social conscience"
Donna Bush, South-Bay-Accent Magazine

"Top 10 Artist New on View"
Arts Critic Michael Barnes, Austin-American-Statesman


Me and my mac -- my simple work setup

More Facts:

I'm exploring technology from a fine art perspective and I feel lucky to be an artist working with digital media.

Sometimes people who've seen some of my early realistic work in traditional media have asked me why I went digital. And the short answer is that it felt right.

In part, it was attractive and exciting to be able to work with something new, something that's largely unexplored territory in the art world. And in part, it better suits my work style, which as you can see from the photo above is fairly simple. To me, it feels less complicated to work with the computer and I was drawn to that feeling. However, creating digital work is not a fast process. The pieces take a long time to complete, usually about a month for each one.

I gratefully acknowledge datasets from 3D Cafe and Platinum Pictures in creating my work.

All artwork on this site is copyrighted and may not be used without written permission.