D. Lee DuSell, through a career that has spanned over seventy years, has distinguished himself as an artist and craftsman in multiple disciplines and artistic media. Beginning first as a painter, he discovered the three dimensional world of sculpture in his mid-twenties and, in his own words, "never looked back." He had an over thirty-year association with Minoru Yamasaki and the firm Yamasaki and Associates, Architects. He created, as an independent designer, artwork and furnishings that graced many of the Yamasaki firm's most significant buildings.
Lee DuSell has also created a great variety of independent work, much of which, through its portrayal of angels, gives testament to his strong Christian faith. Lee and his wife Mary shared a very close marriage of over 60 years. Mary was also an active artist primarily as a painter, jeweler, and creator of collages.
Today, Lee DuSell has retired from actively creating artwork and lives in upstate New York. Inquiries should be directed to Lee's son Brian (firstname.lastname@example.org).