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Leah Bethemie Brigham spent her childhood enjoying the great outdoors; fishing, horseback riding, camping and of course, enjoying the companionship of dogs.

 

After graduating from Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s of Science in Art Education, Leah began teaching Art to inner city Middle School students in Houston and later Dallas, TX. Leah has shared with her students her passion for art and nature. This passion has sustained her and continued throughout her life in the form of painting and drawing.

 

Leah was introduced to American Field Horseback Field Trails and has been able to experience the excitement of seeing her own dog, competing for the National Championship at Ames Plantation in Grand Junction, TN ...standing on point, head and tail held high. This has inspired her to create works of art depicting dogs and the wildlife associated with the sport and hunting. 

 

Leah would like her work to be stimulating, engaging the viewer to look closely and have fun with the art. Art is a growing process and Leah aspires to continue to challenge herself and to spend as much time in the great outdoors as possible.