Works by Julia Rogers

Peak At Daybreak
24" x 36" Oil Painting
Artist Bio
Being an artist and painting nature was inevitable. Growing up on the Chesapeake Bay on the eastern shore of Maryland has had a strong influence on Julia since childhood. Her mother, an artist, and her father, a sportsman and wildlife enthusiast, it's not surprising that she began drawing landscapes and animals at a very young age.

Over the years she has worked in several mediums and has gradually developed the distinctive style we see today in her oil paintings. “I've had many periods of growth that can be attributed to trips I have taken.” Africa has been very inspirational in her work and has become a personal favorite.

Julia's work is included in many important collections around the world including the Raymond James Financial collection. She was sponsored in a visit to Malilangwe, Zimbabwe, to paint and leave work for a museum. She was part of a three man exposition at the Hiram Blauvelt Museum, “Kalihari to Kilimanjaro.” She is a member of the Society of Animal Artists and has been chosen for their annual exhibitions.

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