Mary Rogers Fine Art







Mary Rogers

Mary Rogers Fine Art

Villa Rica, GA



The paintings from award-winning artist, Mary Rogers, tell the story of her life. Traveling is her second love, just behind holding a paint brush - so images of people, places, and objects from around the world find their way to the canvas. Her fine art oils may be New England landscapes or Thailand seascapes, but her real passion is painting scenes from the American Southwest. "That's where my heart is," she says. "I don't just paint what I see, I paint what I feel."

Mary's work has been featured in solo shows at galleries and cultural art centers, and selected for many juried shows such as the South Cobb Arts Alliance, and "Art of the Golden Generation" at Kennesaw State University. She has also won Gallery Awards and Best in Oils in national competitions. Some of the titles include: Tall Tales, Long Tail Boats of Krabi, Spur Squattin, These Boots are made for Working, The Dixon House, Just Might Rain, and Isabella of Kilkenny. The Booth Western Art Museum biennial member show in 2008 featured "Memories of Molly", this year (2010) "San Juan Bautista Mission" was chosen for the show.

"Tall Tales" became Mary's signature painting - used in Douglasville Cultural Arts Council promotions and the 8th Annual Cowboy Poets Gathering, - and became the cover art for Country/Western CD "Cowboys and Campfires," by well-known singer/songwriter, Doc Stovall. "Spur Squattin" was also selected for show promotions for an Annual Cowboy Poets Gathering.

Her skill with the brush is often praised in newspaper stories, and when Mary appeared at the Spirit of the West Festival by special invitation in Bald Hill Oklahoma, she was featured on a TV news report.

Mary's paintings hang in collections in many parts of the United States, and in Italy, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. They have been shown at the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art near Atlanta, GA, and in a featured presentation at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA - a national "top ten" Western Museum.

Mary Rogers is proud to be an associate member of Oil Painters of America and Women Artists of the West, both juried memberships. And she was delighted to have "Three Sisters" be a part of "WAOWing the Mountain State" - Women Artists of the West national juried exhibition at Saks Galleries in Denver, Colorado.
{All artwork and photo's the Copyright of Mary Rogers, all rights reserved.}

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DUKE by Mary Rogers


On Target by Mary Rogers


Dog Day Afternoon by Mary Rogers


Isabella of Kilkenny by Mary Rogers


Solitary Lobo by Mary Rogers


Beyond the Fence by Mary Rogers


Branding Day by Mary Rogers


San Juan Bautista Mission by Mary Rogers


baaa baaa baaa by Mary Rogers


Near Chama by Mary Rogers


Dark Shadows by Mary Rogers


Cactus Wren by Mary Rogers


White Sands by Mary Rogers


From Within by Mary Rogers


You're Next by Mary Rogers


Desert Rain by Mary Rogers


Corn and Candle by Mary Rogers


Arizona Sentinel by Mary Rogers


Family Portrait by Mary Rogers


South Lake Tahoe by Mary Rogers


Storm Comin' In by Mary Rogers


A Well Worn Path by Mary Rogers


Wild Alaska by Mary Rogers


Behind the Palo Verde by Mary Rogers


Ready to Rope by Mary Rogers


Old Tucson by Mary Rogers


A Touch of Pink by Mary Rogers


Salty Brine by Mary Rogers


El Yeso Morning by Mary Rogers


Tall Tales by Mary Rogers


Long tail boats of Krabi by Mary Rogers


Taos by Mary Rogers


Skyline Arch by Mary Rogers


San Francisco de Asis by Mary Rogers


Chocolate Lighthouse by Mary Rogers


California coastline by Mary Rogers


Sun Dried by Mary Rogers


Cactus Fruit by Mary Rogers


New Mexico Gold by Mary Rogers


The Dixon House by Mary Rogers


Mission San Juan Capistrano by Mary Rogers


Odie by Mary Rogers


Monastery Beach by Mary Rogers


Denali Morning by Mary Rogers


Rhode Island lighthouse by Mary Rogers


Pacific Flight by Mary Rogers


Just Might Rain by Mary Rogers