Peggy Lee was born in Seoul, Korea and has lived in the United States for a long period of time. Having been educated with a bachelors of fine arts from Korea, she studied art in the United States as well. Since the beginning of her stay in America, she has been educating art students for over 15 years, while managing an art career for herself. She has a strong work ethic and keeps busy as a full-time artist. Her level of creativity is outstanding, and her stamina to continuously produce works is endless. Peggy's work has influenced both Korean and American culture. While teaching her students throughout the years, she observed a pattern in their lifestyle, which came about through social media. Due to the overload of technological information, she slowly began to see that these students were dissipating into their own world of isolation. Peggy's works can be seen as a huge cobweb in it's entirety, which ironically mirrors how technology works. It represents our obsession with networking, and the need to return back to tradition, unity, and a love for humanity. Her work continues to be inspired by mutuality in people and building relationships.