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Rodgers Naylor Denver, Colorado

Rodgers Naylor boasts more than 15 years of making art. He enjoys painting in his 1920's Denver bungalow studio and en plein air, depicting both rural and urban landscapes. He especially loves scenes that suggest a story or have an interesting arrangement of light and dark shapes. During his free time, he enjoys hiking and snowshoeing in his home town in Colorado.

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    About The Artist

    Rodgers Naylor boasts more than 15 years of making art. He enjoys painting in his 1920's Denver bungalow studio and en plein air, depicting both rural and urban landscapes. He especially loves scenes that suggest a story or have an interesting arrangement of light and dark shapes. During his free time, he enjoys hiking and snowshoeing in his home town in Colorado.

    Artist Statement

    I paint in oil. Each painting is a bit of a puzzle in which I must fit the various pieces and shapes together in a way that is both believable and interesting. Interesting in terms of the shapes themselves, light and dark tones, soft or sharp edges and warm or cool colors. Each painting is also a jumping-off point for a possible story, a mood or a sense of place, any of which may be further developed with the imagination of the viewer. Light is often the key to the puzzle, and the most frequent comments I get on my work have to do with the presentation of light. I change colors in a subject all the time, and I move or eliminate objects from the scene...but I tend to paint the light as I see it.

    Artist Background

    Carleton College
    Bachelor of Arts, 1977

    Hear What Collectors Say About Rodgers's Work

    Pseudo Pompous 7/21/2013 | 8:54 AM

    Lovely work.

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