A strikingly strange and unconventional, sometimes capricious, always exquisite artist, who specializes in sensual portraiture, and erotically charged paintings and sculptures.
Fang Ling Lee is a contemporary artist, progressive painter, and sensual sculptor. Her exhibitions in galleries, museums and well carved niche in the adult, and comic industries have given her an eclectic and international following. Having cultivated a successful career in the art world, Fang has now shifted her expertise and creative skillset towards film and television as a Production Designer, with her most recent credit as Design Producer for the third season of the Fox Television series, "Hotel Hell" with Gordon Ramsey.

Raised in an eccentric artist family from Brooklyn, NY, Fang Ling Lee has exhibited in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, and New York City. Private collectors, as well as celebrities such as award winning adult star, and director Jenna Haze, and the Marc Sorrentino from MTV's “Jersey Shore”, and the Erotic Heritage Museum in Las Vegas includes Fang’s painting “Pet” in it's permanent collection. She is also the designer and creator of the Transgender Erotica Award for Grooby Productions.

In 2012, Fang was commissioned to design, and cast the “Fanny” statuette for EXXXOTICA Expo’s Fan Choice Awards, where she was also a presenter. This relationship has also spawned countless trade show appearances, and the upcoming project "XOXO - Erotica With A Cause", in conjuction with DuJour Marketing. Designed to bring social awareness to the erotic art world, and benefit local charities, it is a special project close to the artist's heart.

She is currently hiding in Florida where she has dinner with her parents every night. An unscripted educational series about creative living with the Lee family is currently in the works. Her parent's artwork can be seen at www.madmonkart.com.
“The artwork of Fang Ling Lee focuses on symbolic imagery conceived in large-scale paintings. Her work, of which “Almost “is a fine example, shows a union of realism and abstraction in its depiction of female figures laden with symbolic importance. Specializing in a notably sensual form of portraiture, her erotically charged images transform the viewer to voyeur, tempting them with a new vibrant fantasy.” - Fab.com