Terry Zee Lee
In the mid 1990s, experts from the Billings community, led by the esteemed professor Norm Schoenthal, developed a master plan for restoring a bare gravel pit and adjacent lands at the west end of Riverfront Park. Hundreds of thousands of dollars of private donations, thousands of plants and …
The late Bruce Putnam, director of aviation and transit for the city of Billings for 27 years, used to envision a string of bison sculptures stretching from the airport down to the city center and on to the Yellowstone River.
Thank you to all who assisted us and attended the opening of "A Flying Tribute to the Tribes" exhibit at Billings Logan Airport.
The large buffalo that Billings artist Angela Babby painted on rip-stop nylon is dramatic.
Terry Zee Lee of SkyWindWorld Inc. displays a few of the Native American themed kites that will be on display at Billings Logan Airport.
Terry Zee Lee is organizing a kite exhibit, "A Flying Tribute to the Tribes," opening at Billings Logan International Airport May 17.
Billings kite maker Drake Smith holds a kite, "In Honor of the Ancestors," painted by Delores Purdy Corcoran, that will be part of an exhibit at Billings Logan International Airport. Part of the exhibit opens on Firday with other kites, including Corcoran's, added this fall.
Terry Zee Lee relaxes at her West End Billings home. Lee has written a country song that is doing well in the United States as well as in Japan.
Terry Zee Lee has been a leather clothing designer, the owner of a horse-drawn trolley and carriages and the organizer of a series of kite exhibits at the Billings Logan International Airport.