Chris Rogers

Chris Rogers was able to pursue her Time and Place Project – a study of a single spot in the woods over the course of year.

September 15, 2009 | | Artist in Residence | Autumn 2009 | Back Issues | Departments | In Every Issue

As winner of the first Reed T. Cooper Bursary presented by the Dufferin Arts Council to mid-career artists, Mono artist Chris Rogers was able to pursue her Time and Place Project – a study of a single spot in the woods over the course of year. The resulting works represent both realistic and abstract contemplations of time, change and regeneration. Chris is a graduate of York University and has taught art extensively to children and adults in the Orangeville area. Learn more at www.chrisrogersart.com.

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