Yelena Lamm was born in Petersburg, Russia. She first began drawing in preschool, where her art teachers discovered that she had a very special talent. After secondary school, Yelena went off to study Fine Art & Restoration at Roerich College in Russia. Here she spent years restoring some of the most famous works of art from Museum Masters. In the early 90s Yelena decided to come to America, later settling in Andy Warhols home town of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Here she attended the highly acclaimed Art Institute of PA. Here she received a Bachelors Degree of Science in Graphic Design and a Presidents Award from the Institute. Yelenas career has emerged tremendously, and her art is part of the community.
GicleeŽ (jee-clay) is an advanced print making process for creating high quality fine art reproductions. The attainable excellence that GicleeŽ printmaking affords makes the reproduction virtually indistinguishable from the original artwork. The result is wide acceptance of GicleeŽ by galleries, museums, and private collectors.
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