Laurie A. Stevens

Cascade MT

Bathed in Gold

20″ x 20″     Oil     $3,900

Gossip Session

12″ x 16″     Oil     $1,975

I Go to Nature to be Soothed

18″ x 24″     Oil     $4,300


11″ x 14″     Oil     $1,700

The M & M

16″ x 12″     Oil     $1,975


18″ x 12″     Oil     $2,350

Burano Laundry

12″ x 12″     Oil     $1,750

Tying Flies

18″ x 24″     Oil     $4,500

Bear Grass

12″ x 12″     Oil     $1,800

Griz in the Bear Grass

12″ x 12″     Oil     $1,800

Always Paddle Your Own Canoe

24″ x 24″     Oil     $4,800


10″ x 8″     Oil     $900

An Autumn Cow

16″ x 16″     Oil     $2,500

A Winter Cow

16″ x 16″     Oil     $2,500

Clara Belle

8″ x 8″     Oil     $675     SOLD

Autumn Gold

12″ x 12″     Oil & Gold Leaf     $950

Mourning Dove

36″ x 24″     Oil & Gold Leaf     $8,000

Winter Fog

8″ x 8″     Oil & Gold Leaf     $575

Two Bears and Betty

12″ x 12″     Oil     $1,700

Winter Willow

12″ x 16″     Oil     $1,700     SOLD

Summer on the Hi-Line

20″ x 20″     Oil     $3,600

A Bowl of Birds & A Bison

12″ x 16″     Oil     $1,800     SOLD


12″ x 16″     Oil     $1,700

About Laurie

Laurie Stevens’ work reflects the small daily wonders of the land she calls home: the first crocus of spring, the resilient beauty of the plains, or that special sense of hope and possibility that is only found in the West. Stevens is also interested in regional history, particularly the interactions of Native Americans and white settlers during the Reservation Period. Many of her paintings are an exploration of this dynamic and a meditation on the “taming of the West.”

From Billings, MT, Laurie began her career as an artist in Los Angeles where she spent 12 years working for the entertainment industry as a scenic artist and muralist for television, theme park, theater and movie productions. She spent time as a member of the Walt Disney Imagineering team, lending her talents to many Disney theme park projects worldwide. She also did some set design, illustration, and matte paintings for several animated children’s movies.

In the early 1980’s Stevens returned to her native Montana, first to the mountains near the Scapegoat Wilderness and then to the ranch near Great Falls where she currently lives and works.