Terry Lee

High Country | Oil | 60" x 84"

Artist's Biography

Terry Lee graduated with a BA in Art an Design from BYU, and since has been excelling in the field of contemporary painting and sculpture. Lee employs a warm color palette and lively brushwork to achieve masterful paintings of wildlife and Western landscape. His bronze sculptures are refined to both simplified and yet expressive forms. They are heavily textured with a striking sense of movement.

Born in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, Terry Lee grew up with a love of the outdoors and the animals that inhabit it.


BA in Art and Design, BYU
Studied with George Carlson
Studied with Dan McCaw

Awards and Articles

Mayors Award, Excellence in the Arts 1999
Cover/Article ‘Game Trails’ Magazine, Dallas, Texas 2000
Cover/Article ‘Houston Safari Club’ 2002
Article CD’A Magazine 2007
Article ‘Informart’ Magazine 2003
Article ‘Wildlife Art’ Magazine 2005
‘Artist of the Year’ Dallas Safari Club 2009
Cover/Featured Artist, Houston Safari Club 2009
Best of Show ‘Nature Works Show’ 3D , Tulsa, Oklahoma 2009
Peoples Choice Award ‘Miniature Show’ Coeur d’ Alene Galleries 2010
Featured Artist ‘The Bell Museum of Natural History’ 2005
One Man Show ‘Yoshida fine Art Gallery’ Portland, Oregon 2003-04-05-06
One Man Show ‘Vail Village Fine Art’ Vail, CO 2004
One Man Show ‘ Waters Edge Gallery’ Palm Desert, CA 2003
One Man Show ‘ Pacific Crest Gallery’ South Lake Tahoe 2009
One Man Show ‘Seasons’ CD’A 2011
Two Man Show ‘Cylmer Museum’ Ellensburg, Washington Jan 2012

Public Art

Mudgy and Millie—Five Bronzes at Various locations in Coeur d’ Alene, ID
Bronze Head—’Ace Walden’ Kootenai Health, Coeur d’ Alene, ID
Bronze Head- ‘Louise Shadduck’- Capitol Building, Boise, ID
‘Moose on the Loose’ –Ecell Fundraiser- ‘Moosterpiece’
Painting- ‘Autumn Moose’ Kootenai Health Foundation
Painting- “Grizzly Family’- Kootenai Health Foundation
Monument – Grizzly Bronze- North Dakota
Monument – Moose Bronze- Jackson Hole, WY

Monument – “The Working Man” – Coeur d’ Alene, ID

Monument – “The Farmer” 1930s style – Coeur d’ Alene, ID

Monument – “The Miner” 1930s style – Coeur d’ Alene, ID

Monument – “The Lumberjack” 1930 – Coeur d’ Alene, ID

Monument – “The Suffragist” honoring women’s right to vote, 1920 – Coeur d’ Alene, ID

Monument – “Army Soldier” honoring World War II military – Coeur d’ Alene, ID


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