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Lived/Active: Washington      Known for: wild animal portrait painting, figure and florals

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The son of wildlife and figure painter Lee Bogle, Collin Bogle is a painter living in Kirkland, Washington.  He has experimented with several subjects but has come to focus on highly realistic animal portraits, especially close ups "of wildlife with intense eyes." (39)

He grew up in Walla Walla, Washington and took art classes from his father in high school.  Collin showed no early interest in art, but began to have stirrings in the late 80s from conversations and art viewing with his father.  He spent four years working on his father's hand colored prints, which gave him much experience with airbrushing, pastels, watercolor and colored pencils.  Many of his paintings combine watercolor and pastels.

Life changing for Collin Bogle was meeting his father's request for quickly needed help preparing an ad by painting Bedtime Stories, a mixed-medica depiction of a young female cousin reading in bed with her Teddy Bear.  It was very well received.  Then in 1993, he had a highly successful, sell-out show at a gallery in Anchorage, Alaska, which proved to him that he could make a living with his painting.

He does not feel competition with his father as his style is tighter than his, and of course, highly realistic and detailed.  He has experimented with portrait commissions, wildlife and florals, but has come back to the close ups to wild animals.  He uses many photographs to capture the likenesses of his subjects as he says that, unlike his dad, he is not very good at drawing.

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Michael Scott-Blair, Lee and Collin Bogle, "Taking the Long and Short Road to Success", Wildlife Art, March/April 2008, pp. 34-41


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