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Ailee Cheah

Ailee’s artistic influence comes from her home town, the beautiful tropical island of Penang in Malaysia. Growing up, she attended an all-girls Convent School next to the sea. Her art teachers encouraged her artistic talent and she had the privilege of painting vivid murals in the school hallway, which are still on display today. Ailee was a teacher in Malaysia and pursued her Fine Arts degree there before immigrating to the United States in 1997.  Her dream of exploring Europe’s Renaissance art came true when she became a flight attendant, allowing her the opportunity to travel.
Ailee is a current member of the Corona Arts Association where she has received numerous awards for her artwork. Her artistic collections focus on acrylic paintings, pastel, and colored pencils.

 

Member Artists


 

  • Lori Alacron

  • Maria Alvarez

  • Diane Archuleta

  • Jose Arriola

  • Martha Arriola

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  • Lavina Blossom

  • Kumari Bowry

  • Danny Bullocks

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  1. Ailee Cheah

  1. Ines Cortez

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  • Susan De'Armond

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  • Wazhma Ehrari

  • Priscilla Ennis

  • Harvey Erdle

 

 

 

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  • Babette Fitzgerald

  • Fern Fujimoto

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  • Jacqueline Harris

  • Judy Henderson

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  • Georgina Johnson

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  • Paaru Kwiatkowski

 

 

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  • Mary MacDougall

  • Subodh Maheshwari

  • Irving Martinez

  • Shirley McGee-Hammes

  • Betty Mestas

  • Debbie Morgan

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  • Bob Novak

  • Mary Novak

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  • Patricia Shelko

 

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  • Deborah Smith

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  • Mary Lou Wallace

  • Otis Washington

  • Wendy Westphal

  • Norma White

  • Jim White

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  • Nany Yeoh


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Janet Griffith

Janet Griffith taught at Norco High School for 26 years before retiring. Her art career began years ago with tole painting and then expanded to framed acrylic and watercolor paintings.

“We say Janet paints on anything that holds still, with everyone acknowledging that her animal portraits painted on palm fronds are unique and truly outstanding,” - CAA