|“To immerse yourself in a workshop with Scott Rogers is to come away with a stronger knowledge of anatomy, composition, design, and a vast treasure trove of creative do’s and dont’s. Both your sculpture and sculpting can only become stronger as a result”. - Peig Abbott, Canada / July 2009
|“The past twenty-five year, I’ve been a professional sculptor in the toy and collectible industries, but just a skilled technician. In the past few years I’ve been turning my interest to sculpting my own western bronze figures of working dogs and their partners, and for the most part have been satisfied with the results, and actually, I was pleased with the piece that I took to the workshop. But being “satisfied” or “pleased” aren’t good enough – not for us, not for our collectors, and neither are subject and technique. Scott drew considerably more out of both my sculpture and myself than I ever expected; his thoughts and visions summed up in short sentences or single words will be what will have the impact on my future works, and had I not even touched clay all week, it still would have been a success and more than worth my time and expense to attend.” - James Rogers, California / July 2009
|“Beyond Expectations and mine were high.
My goal with Scott’s workshop was to improve my clay working skills and develop a better understanding of composition to a point that I could complete a sculpture worthy of casting in Bronze. Leaving the workshop with four pieces near completion exceeded my expectations. Be prepared to examine all forms of art with a new critical eye, you may not be ready for what you will learn.
See you next year”. - John Guest, Dallas, Texas / July 2009
|“To learn from Scott was an amazing experience. He helped me take my sculpting to a whole new level and greatly increased my understanding of anatomy. Before I would spend a few weeks just trying to get the proportions right but now all I have to do is make some simple measurements, put in a few landmarks, and draw some lines. Now I’ve got a figure in just a few houres. Scotts words to me, “Anatomy, Anatomy, Anatomy”. Anybody looking to learn from a master need look no further , Scott’s one of the best.” – Jordan Wiesenberger, Salt Lake City, Utah / July 2011|