Jennifer Smith Rogers
Whether painting landscape or architecture, I aim to capture a dramatic sense of light and mood. My paintings are a visual reaction of my emotional response to my surroundings. Night scenes, panoramic vistas of the city’s rooftops, and big dramatic skies are recurrent themes in my work. Painting with a sense of immediacy, exaggerating color and using painterly brushstrokes categorize my style as expressionistic realism.
About the Artist+
Jennifer Smith Rogers’ life has always revolved around art. Raised in a household of artists, her mother Betty Anglin Smith and her twin sister Shannon Smith Hughes are also highly regarded artists. Her brother, Tripp Smith, is an accomplished photographer. The family now owns Anglin Smith Fine Art in the French Quarter of Charleston. Her works have been featured in galleries along the Eastern Coast from St. Simons, GA, to Martha’s Vineyard. Her works hang in many prominent corporate and private collections including Walt Disney World, the Family Circle Cup in Daniel Island, SC, McCrady’s restaurant in Charleston, SC, and Stanley Furniture in High Point, NC. An active member of Plein-Air Painters of the Southeast (PAPSE), she is also an associate member of Oil Painters of America and American Impressionists Society.