Joyce Lee

1950 – 2011

Montana Trail

40″ x 30″     Oil     (48″ x 38″ Framed)

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Raised on ranches in Wyoming and Montana, Joyce Lee became a landscape painter focused on the kind of natural beauty she encountered during her childhood and later as an adult on a ranch in Montana.

She went to college in Billings, Montana, married Charles Lee, and worked as a rancher, training horses and doing field work. She is basically a self-taught artist, although she credits Clyde Aspevig as a big influence on her work. In 1990 moved into a studio she and her husband built on the ranch.

She also took art training at Eastern Montana College, Zemsky-Hines Pro Art Workshops, and the Scottsdale Artists School.