Mark Lee Webb uses variations in colors, textures, lines, and weathering unique to commercial trash dumpsters to create spectacular abstracts. His work is Unexpected Art: the accidental splatter of paint, forklift gouging, and the randomness of rust found on the ubiquitous bins we see but never notice.
“I do not use titles for each piece that might suggest what I see in the shapes and figures because I do not want to lead the viewer into my visions. I want the viewer to make their own discoveries.” –Mark Lee Webb
Mark Lee Webb received his MFA from Queens University of Charlotte. His photographs have been included in several juried exhibitions including WideOpen (Athens, OH), used on the covers of several university journals such as The Penn Review, and exhibited with the Louisville Photo Biennial.