Dick Lee is a longtime Boise commercial and fine artist whose career began as a sign-painter in the U.S. Army. A devotee of drawings since early youth, Dick has worked for many publications, advertising firms, and government entities, including National Geographic World, the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, and the U.S. Park Service. He is this magazine’s staff illustrator.
The series of artwork shown on these pages was inspired by riding my bicycle all over Boise and along the Greenbelt. When roaming on my bike, I’ve always carried sketchbooks, pencils, watercolors, and sometimes a camera. Continue reading →