Lee Brozgol has been a pioneering artist ever since his move to New York's Lower East Side in 1964. Growing up in Chicago, Brozgol has channeled the colorful, gritty energy of the Windy City into vibrant New York City public commissions. These include "The Greenwich Village Murals" at the IRT Christopher Street Subway Station and "Liberty--Our Story!" at Liberty High School in Manhattan.
Brozgol's customized ceramics have been the main focus of his mature style, allowing him to hone his love for personal detail, individual expression and collaboration with his patrons.
His work has been shown at Grand Central Station, The Painted Bride Art Center in Philadelphia, the Paine Weber Gallery, The Tiberino Museum and, in 2006, he had a retrospective at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.