Otto Rogers, ‘Monumental Rock’, 1997, Oeno Gallery
Otto Rogers, ‘Monumental Rock’, 1997, Oeno Gallery
Otto Rogers, ‘Monumental Rock’, 1997, Oeno Gallery
Otto Rogers, ‘Monumental Rock’, 1997, Oeno Gallery
Otto Rogers, ‘Monumental Rock’, 1997, Oeno Gallery
Otto Rogers, ‘Monumental Rock’, 1997, Oeno Gallery

This assemblage is mounted without glass, but within a frame. Could be framed with glass if preferred.

Otto Donald Rogers was born in 1935 in Kerrobert, Saskatchewan and currently resides in Prince Edward County, Ontario, where he has settled after returning from 10 years living in Haifa, Israel.

For almost 30 years, Otto taught at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, from 1959 – 1988, after receiving his Master’s in Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin. Otto was instrumental in sustaining the Emma Lake Workshops, which, for several generations, has provided a meeting point for some of North America’s most respected visual artists, among them Jack Shadbolt, Helen Frankenthaler, Barnet Newman, Jules Olitski, Kenneth Noland and Otto himself.

About Otto Rogers