J. Stacey Rogers

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Art is, first and foremost, about life and more specifically about the dignity, beauty, comedy, tragedy, romance, fantasy, pride and nobility of the human spirit. All the precious and powerful emotions that form and define the human experience. I am truly blessed to be among the generations of painters who have recorded their time on canvas.

Happily, my paintings have found their way into the homes of a growing list of art lovers and continue to win awards at important juried art exhibitions such as:

  • 2005 76th Phillips' Mill Juried Show - The Hughes Award
  • 2005 Abington Art Center Annual Juried Show - Award for Technical Merit
  • 2006 Somerset Art Association Members' Annual Juried Show
  • 2006 Lambertville Historical Society Juried Art Exhibition - Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission Award
  • 2006 Artsbridge 12th Annual
  • 2006 56th Tinicum Arts Festival
  • 2006 Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission Art Exhibition
  • 2007 Lambertville Historical Society Juried Art Exhibition - Coryell Gallery Award
  • 2008 Lambertville Historical Society Juried Art Exhibition

I have been producing creative visual imagery all my life starting with oil painting landscapes in my early teens. I went on to gain a BFA in 1971 from the Philadelphia College of Art (now The University of the Arts). I began with a career as an Independent Illustrator, then Graphic Designer, then Creative Director/Owner of an Advertising Agency, then finally to painting portraits with the highest quality of execution and visual distinction.
The "real thing" can be seen or purchased at the Artists' Gallery (www.lambertville arts.com) on 32 Coryell Street in Lambertville, NJ or at Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery (www.canalframe.com) on 1093 General Greene Rd., Washington Crossing, PA.

One Straube Center Blvd • Pennington, NJ 08534 • Phone: 609-737-3322 • E-mail:
Straube Center Boulevard surrounded by Route 31, West Franklin Ave., Knowles Ave.-Bixby’s Way, and Broemel Place