Lee Bogle says he cannot remember when he wasn't an artist. Painting, drawing and picturing life are some of his earliest memories and have always been more than a pastime for he took them with a lot of seriousness. For many years he has described his posters, prints and art as a passion – things that come out naturally without him struggling. He says that painting defines him; it's who he is, not just what he does. He attended the Central Washington University and received his degree in art; and after graduation he pursued his graduate study at the University of Washington. His posters, prints and art are exhibited widely in museums and galleries throughout the country. His limited edition prints sell out soon after release with a growing number of avid collectors. Many collectors know him for his posters, prints and art of Native Americans, often women’s solitary figures - women whose beauties far surpass the superficial and go deep into the heart.
His other pieces of art depict men and women, who often appear not as mere romantic couples but as soul mates. His paintings speak for themselves artistically and also reflect his appreciation for the organic. Bogle works with atmospheric and muted colors; he’s among the best artists when it comes to depicting the expressive quality of light. Bogle also taught art in junior and senior high schools for 20 years. He mostly enjoyed the drawing and painting classes. Currently he works in Kirkland, Washington, where he lives with Sherri, his wife, and their two sons.