Lee Bogle can't
remember when he wasn't an artist. Drawing, painting and picturing life are
among his earliest memories and have always been more than a pastime. For many
years he has described his art as an enduring passion.
Collectors know him for his images of Native Americans, often solitary figures of women whose beauty far surpasses the superficial. Other works depict men and women who appear as soul mates rather than mere romantic couples. While his paintings artistically speak for themselves, they also reflect his appreciation for the organic. Working with muted, atmospheric colors, he is a master at depicting the expressive quality of light.
Lee received his art degree from Central Washington University and pursued graduate study at the University of Washington. His work is exhibited widely in galleries and museums across the country.