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2023 Poster, by artist Laurie Lee

Laurie Lee
Powell, Wyoming
Laurie's interest in art began when she was very young. Having an artistic mother provided her with opportunities to explore that interest and develop what would become her passion and future career. Her subjects usually involve Western themes that are obtained by helping with local cattle drives, attending brandings and living life "out west."

Laurie's work has been featured in many publications including Western Horseman, Art Talk, Equine Images, Inform Art, Art of the West, Western Art Collector, Rocky Mountain Rider and Southwest Art. Her creations have appeared in several national exhibits 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 Mountain Oyster Club Art Show in Tucson, Arizona, and the National Wildlife
Museum's Western Visions Show in Jackson, Wyoming. For several years she has been showing in the Buffalo Bill Art Show in Cody, Wyoming, the Cheyenne Frontier Days Western Art Show in Cheyenne, the Small Works Miniature Show at the Bradford Brinton Museum in Big Horn ,Wyoming, and the Cowgirl Up Art Show in Wickenburg, Arizona. She has received numerous awards, including those from the Phippen Western Art Show in Prescott, Arizona, the Cowgirl Up Art Show in Wickenburg, Arizona, Cheyenne Frontier Days Art Show and Buffalo Bill Art Show in Cody, Wyoming.

Laurie is represented by the Big Horn Galleries of Cody, Wyoming, and Tubac, Arizona, The West Lives On Gallery of Jackson, Wyoming, and the Santa Fe Trails Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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2022 - Don Weller - “Singing Cowboy Saturday Morning Icon”

2021 - John Kosel - “High Country Autumn”

2020 - Tyler Crow - “Full of Grit and Determination”

2019 - Tim Cox - "Riding Out To Meet The Day"

2018 - Poteet Victory - "Sunshine Equine"

2017 - Andrew Peter - "Ten Below Zero"

2016 -Glenn Deanl - "The Cowpuncher"

2015 - Ed Mell - "Sunset Cattle Drive"

2014 - Billy Schenck - "Eye of the Beholder"

2013 - Duke Beardsley - "Socios"

2012 - Howard Post - "Rendezvous in the last alley"

2011 - Mikel Donahue - "Long Days"

2010 - Tom Browning - "Brush Poppers"

2009 - Kim Mackey -" Mescalero Canyon"

2008 - Tim Cox -" Autumn Reflections"

2007 - Linda Loeschen - "Good Show"

2006 - Tom Lea - "And there he was"

2005 - John Fawcett - "Hell Bent"

2004 - Jim Rey - "Taking Five"

2003 - Ben Galloway - painting of cowboys working cows in snow

2002 - Jason Rich - "Shallow Crossing"

2001 - Neil Hannum - Water color of truck, horse trailer and DSNGRR

2000 - Wayne Justus - painting of roping and branding in a pen

1999 - Old time photo of Norwood cowboys in the snow

1998 - Jim Rey - painting of cowboys sitting around campfire

1996 - Julie Ewing - Drawing of a cowboy camp

1994 - Line of cowboys on a hill


This unique 2009 Calendar features artwork from various artists who created posters for the Durango Cowboy Gathering. Included in it are the very first 1989 "MJB Cowboy Camp" poster and several Jim Rey and Tim Cox posters which are no longer available. This collectible Calendar will be a keepsake for any fan of western art and cowboy poetry.


Special reproduction of the original 1989 Durango Cowboy Gathering poster titled "MJB Cowboy Camp".

Limited edition of only 100 prints, hand numbered and signed by the photographer James B. Wood.

$50 per print. Shipping available.