Lea Frye

September-October 2023

at Lewis & Clark Library

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About the Artist:

Born in York, Pennsylvania, Lea Frye hails from a family of amateur photographers where her spark for photography began. However life took Lea on a long journey of discovery from graduating with a B.S. in Hotel and Restaurant Management at Indiana University of Pennsylvania to later acquiring a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Penn State University.  

 Family and career took precedence for many years with photography becoming a fun outlet to document life and family adventures. In 2016 a move to live a healthier, happier life reignited Lea's passion for photography with a move to the Rocky Mountain region where wildlife and scenery  abound. 

In her search for wild open spaces, Lea found her forever home in Montana in 2020. Based in Helena,  Lea's work is done while exploring her backyard, which comprises lakes, valleys, prairies, and streams of the Rocky Mountains. Her philosophy on wildlife photography is to capture wild animals in their natural habitat - the landscapes where they roam, bringing to life the essence of the animal and its behaviors as seen in nature.



If you are interested in exhibiting at the Library, email suzanne@lclibrary.org 

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The Lewis & Clark Library displays art made by the community around the library. If you are interested in exhibiting your work, please contact Suzanne at 406-447-6681 or suzanne@lclibrary.org.