Julia Rogers

Julia Rogers

Growing up on the Chesapeake Bay on the eastern shore of Maryland has strong influenced Julia Rogers. She has an endless desire to paint, and over the years, she has worked in several media and gradually developed a distinctive style. She also paints a wide variety of subjects. Painting en plain air, figurative work and portraiture are all part of her discipline. Extensive travel is also documented in her portfolio. Wildlife has been very inspirational to her work and is her personal favorite.  Seeing animals in their environment and witnessing their natural behavior in person changed the way she paints.

Rogers' work has been exhibited in the Waterfowl Festival (2017) as a featured artist; a three-artist show at the Hiram Blauvelt Museum titled Kalihari to Kilimanjaro; the Society of Animal Artists juried show; Birds in Art at Leigh Yawkey Woodson; the Wildlife and Western Art Show in St. Petersburg, Florida; Safari Club International; the Briscoe Museum Night of Artists; the Waterfowl Festival, in Easton, Maryland; the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Artist of the Year and speaker in Raymond James's Women in the Arts program.

Her work has appeared in Sporting Classic, Wildlife Art News, and Africa Geographic, and is the collections of Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum; Raymond James Financial; Martin Revson, Revlon Collection; Kessler Collection; Rosenberg-Martin-Greenberg; Baltimore Life Insurance; and Valerie and Jack Guenther. She is a board member of the Society of Animal Artists.