Lea Sloan’s watercolors follow her journeys into the natural world, in life and in mind.
Lea developed her craft working with well-known artists at the Armory Art Center in West Palm Beach, Florida and the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, Virginia, and at workshops on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. She has exhibited and sold work there and at the Academy Art Museum in Easton, the Dorchester Art Center in Cambridge, Maryland and the St. Michael’s Art League.
When she’s not painting, Ms. Sloan works to protect forests, for their beauty and as a strategy to slow climate change, as a Board member of the Old-Growth Forest Network and volunteer with the national Sierra Club Forests and Climate Team.
She and her husband live in Tilghman Island, Maryland and Washington, D.C.