Bethany Lee is an oil painter and stone carver residing in Washington, DC. She is currently focusing on small oil landscapes from life.

Below is her current inventory of oil paintings. Email Bethany at to inquire about purchase.

To keep up-to-date on her latest work, shows, and other studio happenings, follow her on Instagram @belfineart or sign up for her email list here.

View from Meridian Hill Park, 6″x8″ Oil on Linen Panel
Red Barn at Reddemeade Equestrian Center, 6″x8″ Oil on Linen Panel
Under Beach Drive Bridge, 6″x8″ Oil on Panel
Porter Ave Bridge from Klingle Trail, 6″x8″ Oil on Linen Panel
Park Rd. at 17th St, Looking East; 6″x8″ Oil on Linen Panel
Rock Creek Bend by Footbridge – Summer, 6″x8″ Oil on Linen Panel
Stone Wall with Culvert in Rock Creek by Footbridge, 6″x8″ Oil on Linen Panel
James River, Oil on Linen Panel, 6”x8;” Richmond, VA, April 2021
Looking east from the south bank of the James River, this is a view of the river, Hwy. 301, and buildings from the the city in the distance.
Rock Creek Bank, Oil on Linen Panel, 6”x8;” Washington, DC March 2021
South of Pierce Mill, on the path along Rock Creek, there is a place were the creek rushes faster and there are places along the bank to paint and to listen to the water.
Rock Creek Bend in Spring, Oil on Linen Panel, 6”x8;” April 2021, Washington, DC
The spot where this view was painted is near the footbridge, just north of the Zoo in Rock Creek Park. It’s a beautiful spot to paint, hidden on top of a drainage outlet, and it always has the sound of rushing water.