Lee Lane is a Wyoming contemporary realist landscape painter. He displayed artistic abilities in his youth. He studied drawing, oil painting, and etching at UW on the G.I. Bill. He was awarded a BFA in 1981 and an MFA in 1983. Lee has participated in exhibitions in Wyoming and Colorado. He was awarded an Honorable Mention in the Douglas, Wyo., Railroad Days exhibition. His inspiration is in the natural Rocky Mountain West. Lane retired from active military duty service in 2006, and now serves as Adjunct Professor at Laramie County Community College, teaching drawing, oil painting, and art history.
Image: Laramie Peak at Dusk, oil on board