Scott Rogers Sculpture

Scott has been commissioned to create a larger than life monument of “FOOTBALL, circa 1890” / Ed. #10

Note:  Scott sends out a monthly ’email’ update, on the production of this piece. If you would like to receive these updates, please let us know at RogersSculpture@gmail.com.

For purchase inquiries, on this monument:  RogersSculpture@gmail.com or 435-469-1646

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“FOOTBALL, circa 1890” (maquette for monument)

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20 ” High x 34″ Wide x 12″ Deep      Edition of #50 

For purchase information contact / Scott Rogers Studio @ 435-469-1646 or RogersSculpture@gmail.com

“FOOTBALL” (Circa 189) is a companion piece to his sculpture, “Base Ball, circa 1890”

“Base Ball” (circa 1890) Clay model for bronze

19 1/2″ High x 32″ Wide x 11 1/4″ Deep      Edition of #50

This sculpture has been cast into bronze.  

The patina shown here is the artist’s choice.

It is called “The Old Rust” patina. It is a matte finish)

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Monumental Buffalo Information

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Welcome to my portrayal of the ‘Old West’ – in bronze sculpture. I find western sculpture is a doorway to a wealth of knowledge and feeling. Cowboy art encompasses the whole panorama of the human experience. I remember fondly the hours spent as a youth reading of renegade horses, cowboys, outlaws, ferocity, passion, cunning, honor, loneliness, courage and freedom. These words worked their way into my soul and now find expression through my fingers in clay. The west was about men and women who had courage to work for something bigger than themselves. I find great pleasure in doing these people justice by creating a fair portrayal of their characters. As an artist, my desire is to use western sculpture as a vehicle to inspire mankind to see the beauty of life and remember our ‘Old West’ heritage.

~ Scott Rogers

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