Laurie Lee's interest in art began when she was very young. Having an artistic mother provided her with more opportunities to explore that interest and continue to develop what would become her passion and future career. Her subjects usually involve western themes that are, in part, obtained by helping with local cattle drives, attending brandings, and generally, just living life out west. Laurie's work has been featured in many publications including Western Horseman, Art Talk, Equine Images, Inform Art, and Art of the West. She has shown her work in several national art shows including the National Watercolor Society's Art Exhibition in Los Angeles, the Charlie Russell Art Museum's Western Art Auction in Great Falls, Montana, the Montana Watercolor Society's show in Butte, the Mountain Oyster Club Art Show in Tucson, the Western Vision Show in Jackson, and for several years has been showing in the Cow Girl Up Show in Wickenburg, Az, the Buffalo Bill Art Show in Cody, Wyoming, and the Cheyenne Frontier Days Western Art Show in Cheyenne, Wyoming.