Steve Rogers

Artwork

Crow Brothers

Steve Rogers

Crow Brothers

Acrylic on Panel

28 x 46 in

$2,900.00

Tangier Skiffs

Steve Rogers

Tangier Skiffs

Acrylic on Panel

30 x 40 in

$2,600.00

Big House, Little House

Steve Rogers

Big House, Little House

Acrylic on Panel

22 x 32 in

$2,200.00

Ospreys

Steve Rogers

Ospreys

Acrylic on Panel

30 x 40 in

$2,750.00

Estuary

Steve Rogers

Estuary

Acrylic on Canvas

30 x 40 in

$1,950.00

Red Sky

Steve Rogers

Red Sky

Acrylic on Panel

30 x 30 in

$1,850.00

Isaac Evans on the Ways

Steve Rogers

Isaac Evans on the Ways

Acrylic on Board

41.50 x 67.50 in

$6,500.00

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Dory

Steve Rogers

Dory

Acrylic on Panel

30 x 40 in

Marsh Hunter

Steve Rogers

Marsh Hunter

Acrylic on Panel

30 x 32 in

Puffins

Steve Rogers

Puffins

Acrylic on Panel

29.25 x 31.50 in

Marsh Egret

Steve Rogers

Marsh Egret

Acrylic on Panel

39 x 29 in

The Bridge

Steve Rogers

The Bridge

Acrylic on Panel

35 x 27 in

Skiff

Steve Rogers

Skiff

Acrylic on Board

18 x 30 in

Lobster Skiffs

Steve Rogers

Lobster Skiffs

Acrylic on Panel

30 x 44 in

Smith Island Crab Scrape

Steve Rogers

Smith Island Crab Scrape

Wood and Mixed Media Boat Model

6.50 x 23 x 8 in

Fishing Shacks

Steve Rogers

Fishing Shacks

Acrylic on Board

30 x 40 in

Home Brew

Steve Rogers

Home Brew

Acrylic on Board

30 x 35 in

Lambing Time

Steve Rogers

Lambing Time

Acrylic on Panel

42 x 32 in

Big Jim

Steve Rogers

Big Jim

Acrylic on Board

28 x 30 in

Kittens Mittens

Steve Rogers

Kittens Mittens

Acrylic on Board

20 x 30 in

Low Tide

Steve Rogers

Low Tide

Acrylic on Board

15.50 x 30 in

Awaiting The Bridge

Steve Rogers

Awaiting The Bridge

Acrylic on Board

37 x 68 in

Donna Lynn

Steve Rogers

Donna Lynn

Acrylic on Panel

19 x 26 in

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Steve Rogers
I have never ceased to be fascinated by ships and the sea. In fact, marshlands and boatyards will do just as well. I am amazed by the craftsmanship, design, and beauty in the building of a ship or for that matter, a simple skiff. I love the stark beauty of the wetlands, the sheer power of the ocean, and the inherent structures in the docks and warehouses of a working waterfront. So much of what we see today of our marine heritage is slowly fading away under the irresistible and relentless pressure of development. My work is simply a small effort to preserve some memories of what used to be for those who remember fondly, and those who are unaware of what life was like only a few decades ago. Some people have said there is a sadness to my work. To some extent there may be, but it is more a recognition, admiration, and respect for the lives and work of those who work on the water. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t draw or paint. I consider myself essentially self-taught but not without the advice and help from various art teachers, mentors, and artist friends. Although I work in acrylics, I use oil techniques. I like to see paint strokes and texture and I love the look of canvas. From this point on, the painting takes on a life of its own and even though I think I know where it’s going, I can be surprised. Sometimes, I just have to stop. I get up, go outside and watch the ospreys across the street, the blue heron in the marsh, and the seagulls wheeling and diving above the canal. After a few minutes, I go back to work.
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