Collectors know Lee Bogle 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 soulmates rather than romantic couples. He combines realistic detail with the expressive qualities of abstraction in the Oriental tradition and instills a serenity in his images that has become one of his hallmarks.
"There's a spirituality in my art that the viewer must interpret for himself. Frequently I paint women whose faces are turned upwards, toward the sky. Many times their eyes are closed, as if in peaceful contemplation. I want my paintings to express a depth of serenity that comes only with inner peace."