I had known Lee since the early 1990s as the show passed through the Baltimore/Washington area. I was sad when Arvid passed, and sadder still now. Lee was an outstanding man and true gentleman, extremely knowledgeable, eminently fair, understanding and compassionate in his way. I know he is missed by more than me.
I was very sad to see that Lee had passed. He was a friend to our family for too many years to count. He and my Father Jim Kerr spent so many years and great times together throughout their lives. I was lucky to have known Lee as a child and adult and always appreciated him. He will be missed as you all know.
I was very saddened to read of Lees passing, Lee was a friend to my family and exposed my art through his shows. My thoughts to his family. He will be surely missed in the Art world.
I am saddened to hear of the new about Lee Anderson. I remember him well along with the rest of the crew. My Mother and Father (Joan and Dick Frear) started going to the Americana Shows in Golden, Co. back when I was about 13yrs old. Every year, couple of times per year we ventured out to the shows. I have very fond memories going to these shows and really believe this is how I learned to appreciate the wonderful artwork of the Native Americans. Since then, my folks have passed away however, they had such a large collection of artwork and sculptures, my brother and I had the privilage of having these in our homes now. Thoughts and prayers for the family of Lee Anderson.
I was saddened to learn of Lee's passing. It seems that I have known Lee and his family for as long as I can remember. I learned so much about American Indian arts from him and I credit my deep appreciation of the arts and culture to the time I got to spend with them all. Although I haven't seen Lee in years, I will miss him.