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We're pleased to feature Utah artist Julie Rogers' painting "Dust 'n Tails," as the official poster for Cowboy Poetry Week, 2004. 

The painting is also the subject of poems in our Art Spur project.  See the poster image here and more of Julie Rogers' work below.

 

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See information about prints and cards below.

Julie Rogers was born in Goshen, Utah, with a natural love for art.  As a small child she drew constantly, concentrating her talents on her love and passion for horses.  She grew up on her family's working cattle ranch. Being the oldest of five girls threw many of the responsibilities and work, normally reserved for brothers, on to her shoulders.  

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"The Cowboy Poet"  watercolor

 


 


"The Magic Touch"  watercolor


 


"Helping Grandpa"  watercolor

 


 


"Pards" pen and ink with watercolor wash

 


 


"All in a Day's Work"  watercolor


 


"Dust 'n Tails" watercolor

 


Prints and Cards

All paintings are available in Giclée Limited Editions (100 of each) printed on watercolor paper. The Giclée process produces high quality, near-original copies.

All of the originals of the above paintings (except Cowboy Poet, which is $450) have been sold.

Giclée Limited Editions are available for all:
8 x 10 $45
11 x 14 $80
larger sizes available from $100-$150

Notecards are also available, $25 per dozen.

Contact:

Julie Rogers
Box 152
Glendale, UT  84729
(435) 644-2121
email


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A typical summer day would see her cutting and baling hay, and working with the ranch livestock.  Julie loves and cherishes this life style and often depicts it in her work.

Julie has raised horses all of her life. She currently raises Welch and Quarter horses (and a cross she calls Quarter Welch) and also raises Australian Shepherds.

She received a degree from Brigham Young University and currently paints professionally as well as teaches part time for Dixie College.

Her work has been selected for numerous private collections and has received many awards, including first place at the 2003 Dixie International Art Show.  Her work has been included in many regional and international exhibits: 2003 International Church Show; Purchasers Award National Birds of Prey; First and Second place; at the ASCA International art show;  and first place at the 2004 Dixie International Purchaser Awards.

As a professional artist, Julie loves to paint the simple things of every day life.


"A New Day" pastel

 

 

  

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