Meadowlark Gallery: The Artist Biographies

Howard Rogers

Howard Rogers began his fine art career as a highly successful illustrator on the East Coast, working on projects for national magazines and book publishers. He eventually moved west to paint full time, greatly inspired by the landscapes and cowboy lifestyle. Today, he is nationally recognized for his western paintings, although his subjects include figuratives, nudes, florals and wildlife. He is also highly sought after for his lyrical figurative bronzes. Howard has exhibited for the last fifteen years with the Cheyenne Frontier Days western art show and has twice been chosen by the museum to produce a limited edition print as part of the museum’s fund raising efforts. In 2002, he won the Colonel Richard H. “Red” Smith Award at the Western Visions Miniature show held at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming.

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