Lee Ralph is a contemporary Maori artist from the Te Rarawa tribe of New Zealand’s' far north.
Carving has been the major focus of his work and Lee works in a number of mediums creating sculptures made from hard woods, MDF, guitars, bone, coral, pumice, wax, plaster of Paris, Punga, skateboards and anything else that comes to hand.
Lee has been developing an interest in painting using mainly recycled materials to produce works expressing his social and political views and spreading the tiki love.
He has a wide and diverse body of work producing sculptures and murals for public spaces, graphic design for footwear, clothing and skateboard design.
Lee has participated in exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia and Japan.