Library of Michigan
Lee Kronenberg is a retired psychologist and former college instructor whose creativity is expressed in welded sculptures. Lee enjoys shaping and molding steel and copper into stimulating and unusual forms. Sometimes, sculpting begins as a free-form journey. Sometimes the design takes shape from a thought or inspiration. Because Cubism fascinates him, he sometimes develops and uses the techniques associated with it to create representational and nonrepresentational art. Within the recent past, he has collaborated with his wife, Nancy, to create wonderful art which features her ceramics with his steel and copper.
Nancy M. Kronenberg grew up in a very large in Philadelphia. Art was not in any way a part of her early years. After retiring from social work and long after the blush of youth was gone, Nancy discovered that she was inspired by the art world and sustained by creating art. Her love of geometric shapes and images, often showcased in her art, no doubt has been influenced by the row houses and concrete-and-telephone-wire world of her childhood. Their studio, Artistic Creations Plus, is in Williamston, Michigan