Pamela Lee is a painter and sculptor whose work is influenced by the natural and agrarian world. Her work is in private, public  and corporate collections, including portraits and site specific murals.  She works in a multitude of media including watercolor, acrylic, oil, textiles, terra cotta and bronze. She exhibits in various national  galleries and numerous juried, group and solo exhibitions.  She has received, among other awards, "Woman Artist of the Year" for her work inspired by the Liberty Prairie Reserve, in Lake County, Illinois and the 9th Annual Art in Agriculture Sculpture award in Oregon, Il.  She has taught figure sculpture at the Art Center of Highland Park and Stirling Art Center. Lee currently teaches sculpture and watercolor painting in her studio in Highland Park, Il.