Muriel Rogers' paintings in watercolor and oil reflect her passion for color, particularly the colors found in nature. She is widely recognized for her masterful blending and mingling of pigment to capture the fleeting effects of light and atmosphere. Her work, rendered in a combined realistic- impressionistic style, often focuses on early morning sunrises and night skies.
A native of New Jersey, Muriel was raised in Scotch Plains, graduated from Georgian Court College, and has lived in Colts Neck since 1970. She developed her painting technique through many years of private instruction and workshops led by nationally known artists. A prolific painter, her work is collected nationally and has been featured on cable TV and in American Artist's “Watercolor '97" Winter issue; the regional bestseller, To The Shore Once More, (1999); and Color, an American Artist publication (1999). She has taught painting classes and conducts selective workshops.
New Jersey Watercolor Society
Garden State Watercolor Society
American Artists Professional League
Guild of Creative Art
Manasquan River Group of Artists
1996 NTWCS People's Choice Award
1998 GSWCS, Cranbury Station Art Gallery Award
1999 GSWCS, Cranbury Station Art Gallery Award
New Jersey Watercolor Society, Member/Open Juried Shows, 1998-99
Garden State Watercolor Society, Member/Open Juried Shows, 1998-99
American Artists Professional League, Juried Member Show, 1999