Leith presently has her studio in Beverly Hills, California. Leith has been listed in the 1994 and 1995 editions of Art in America. She was commissioned to do a portrait of President Bush and Congressman Wayne T. Gilchrest of Maryland, of which is on display in the Halls of Congress in Washington. Leith was commissioned by CBS Sports and was televised live on the 17th tee during the AT&T Pro-Am Tournament at Pebble Beach, 1995, painting Clint Eastwood, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer.
In January 1996, Leith was in Washington, D.C. to enjoy her solo exhibition “America The Beautiful”, held in the Cannon House Rotunda of Congress and haosted by the late Congressman Sonny Bono. Coinciding with the exhibition, she painted a commissioned portrait of Senator Bob Dole, which was unveiled in January of 1996 in Congress. Additional events are Charity Fundraisers for “Kids in Solitude”, April 20th, 2002 at the California Club and “The World Federation of Nations Foundation in May and June of 2002 in California Federal Bank in Beverly Hills. An exhibition was also scheduled originally through Senator John Warner and later through Senator Dianne Feinstein and was held in the Russell Senate Office Building Rotunda in 2004 called “America the Beautiful Series II”. The Mayor of Washington DC Proclaimed March 11, 2004, Leith Eaton Day. The exhibition then traveled to the Ronald Reagan Center also in 2004.