Join us for a live painting demonstration by Oil Painters of America exhibition awards juror Roger Dale Brown. This event is free and open to the public, but seats are first-come, first-served. Doors will open at 12:30pm.
About Roger Dale Brown
Originally from Nashville, Roger now resides in Franklin, Tennessee. Avid about traveling, he is compelled to explore regions and subjects that capture his interest. Roger has made it his life’s study to gather and understand information from these special places. This expands his knowledge of nature, history, architecture and culture which inspires him to create his poignant oil paintings.
Roger credits historical artists, such as John Carlson, Arthur Streeton, Isaac Levitan and John Singer Sargent for their example. He has developed his own unique voice in his art and believes that a painting on location, or from life, is an essential element to be an artist. Roger captures the emotion of the scene he is painting by drawing on his knowledge and his dedication to art.
Roger's oil paintings have been displayed in galleries and museums throughout the United States and have won many awards which include: First Place in the Barnes and Farms National Juried Art Show, Museum Purchase Award and third place at the Easton Plein Air Competition as well as the Gold Medal Award from the Hudson Valley Art Association. His work has been accepted in Oil Painters of America National Juried Exhibitions, and he was accepted into the Art Renewal Center as a Living Master. He was also a finalist in the ARC Salon and won Artist Choice Award at the 2013 American Impressionist Society National Show. Roger has been published by: International Artist Magazine, American Artist Magazine, American Art Collector Magazine, Plein-Air Magazine and The Artist’s Magazine. His works are owned by private collectors across the country and include many well-known celebrities and major corporations.