Exposition Art Blog: Otto Rogers

Otto Rogers

Otto Rogers (born 19 December 1935, died 27 April, 2019) was a Canadian painter and sculptor from rural Saskatchewan whose abstract works reflects his belief as a member of the Bahá'í Faith in unity in diversity. His work has been widely exhibited. It is held in many private and public collections in Canada and other countries.
Rogers follows the Cubist-Constructivist tradition started by Pablo Picasso, Julio González and David Smith. His early work included portraits, still lifes, landscapes and cityscapes. Later his work became increasingly abstract. He has worked in different media that range from color-field painting to assembled steel sculpture.His paintings show the influence of the prairie spaces and of his Baha'i beliefs. Both his faith and his art reflect the central belief of unity in diversity.Wikipedia

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