Contact Us

Please call or email our staff for more information on pricing, purchasing, casting time frames and availability of editions.

We welcome any questions you may have regarding Scott’s individual sculptures, private portraiture or monumental commissions.

You may also “Leave a Reply” below to contact us.

 

Scott Rogers Studio

Office phone: (435) 469-1646

RogersSculpture@gmail.com

 


28 responses to “Contact Us

  • Regina Weichert

    Hi Scott,

    Nice meeting you briefly on the subway in NYC. What I started to say was that the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, http://www.stjohndivine.org, might be a good place to contact regarding the large piece you are seeking funding for. They are well known for displaying all kinds of wonderful art from around the globe in their cathedral, and may be able to point you toward sources of funding. Also, it’s a beautiful place to visit if you have a chance – they have a sculpture garden.

    Hope you had an enjoyable rest of your visit to Manhattan.

    Kind regards,
    Regina

  • Kathryn Edwards

    I am looking for a price on two of your sculptures “The Better Man/Wrong End of A 45” & “Bad Whiskey”. I have a friend that has offered to sell these to me but I can’t seem to find them. The Cowboys in The Better Man/Wrong End of A 45 are wearing long dusters. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I love your work and you really can tell you imparted a certain emotion in each and every piece. Thanks again

  • Jonathan earl lamb

    I was just wondering if you are hiring:) ? Your website is so cool, im a custom knife and sword blacksmith, but I’d love to learn more about bronze casting.

  • Jonathan earl lamb

    I am an artist, I was just inquiring about jobs. I forge swords and knives, but I understand how casting works. I’m not a graduate of highschohigh school, and haven’t gone to collage, and I haven’t worked in years, because af a bad back.I’m not sapose to lift more than 25 lbs, but I’m artistic . Thanks, and I really enjoy your sculptures:)

  • Bill and Mary Mathes

    When will Scott be in Los angeles for Masters of the American West at the Autry Center, that starts Jan. 31,2015.
    We would enjoy seeing him.
    Bill and Mary Mathes
    San Clemente

    • Scott Rogers

      Bill / Mary

      My wife Janette and I fly into Burbank Thursday, January 29. We leave LA about 4:30pm February 1, Sunday. Our Sunday morning is free. I know that there’s time to visit throughout the days January 30 and 31st. We are committed to a few activities on those days but I’m sure that there would be times that we could get together, perhaps at the museum.

      Would enjoy visiting with you,

      Scott

      My cell 801-455-6955

    • Scott Rogers

      Bill / Mary

      My wife Janette and I fly into Burbank Thursday, January 29. We leave LA about 4:30pm February 1, Sunday. Our Sunday morning is free. I know that there’s time to visit throughout the days January 30 and 31st. We are committed to a few activities on those days but I’m sure that there would be times that we could get together, perhaps at the museum.

      Would enjoy visiting with you,

      Scott

  • James P. Delgado

    Scott,

    Thank you for your assistance. You do tremendous work.

    God Bless

    James P. Delgado
    Coldwell Banker
    2000 Old Pecos Trail
    Santa Fe, NM 87505

  • Brad and Dawn Brechtel

    Hello Scott, Many years ago we purchased the “Behold the Lamb” Artist Proof from you. I think you will remember us. We were intoduced to this work in a gallery in Santa Fe while on vacation. But actually met you at the Scottsdale Fine Arts Expo near our home before making our decision to purchase your fine work sculpturing Jesus. You had almost sold out of the limited run and rewarded us by offering an AP(1 of only 3 I believe). We thought it best to make our purchase and reward the gallery where first introduce to you in Santa Fe. We have decided to entertain offers to sell this piece but have no idea the demand or a fair offering price. Do you know anyone who might be interested? Or suggest an offering price? Do you do consignments? Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank you and keep up the good work!

  • Goushas Frank D

    Hello Scott, Betty and I have two of your pieces that we are willing to sell—-KE- WA Corn Dancer and Hopi Pot Maker ( AP ). We have enjoyed them in our home for approximately fifteen years. Now, we would like to share them with anyone you may wish to refer to us as potential buyers. When I last corresponded with you the prices for the pieces you suggested were—-$5500 for KE-WA Dancer and $3500 for Hopi Pot Maker. Are these prices still reasonable or, have they appreciated. Do you know of anyone who might be interested? Any help in getting us together with a potential buyer(s) will be appreciated and we would be willing to pay you a commission for a successful sale of either or both pieces. Thank you in advance for any help you can give us.

  • Judith Hockman

    Found a cast standing figure of a Navajo shepherd holding a lamb. Signed D.S. Rogers ’03, 7/30. Approx. 15″ tall. Had a rust coloration. Is this something you made and what is the value? This item when picked up felt solid, very heavy, not like a hollow casting. Thank you.

  • gary hamilton

    I’m told by your friend Jeff Johnson there is a sculpture titled “The Last Supper”. I cannot find a picture of it. Do you have a photo of it?
    Thanks.

  • Dai Kayll

    Hi Scott, love the feel you put into your pieces.That little understated action and detail that transforms a sculpture and puts it closer to reality.
    Just watched the High Mesa dvd and you gave me some tremendous tips as to the detail necessary for the piece I’m doing at the mo’,thanks.

    Regards

    Dai Kayll (Wales)

  • Jean Dunbar

    Scott,
    On a trip to Sante Fe years ago I searched high and lo for a bronze sculpture that captured the essence of man vs horse. Walking into a gallery (I think it was Catherine’s?) I saw the perfect example, The Jokers Wild, sitting in the window. It is about 17″ tall. The horse was bucking the rider off, yet the cowboy still had the reins and a foot almost in a stirrup (#20/50). Bought it right away and have enjoyed it ever since. I’m compiling information for insurance purposes and think I paid $2500 for the piece all those years ago but I just don’t recall and can’t find the receipt. Does this price sound realistic? What value should I put on it today?
    Thank you, and keep sculpting your fantastic cowboy sculptures!

  • Janet . Tonetti (Mrs. John S.)

    Hi Scott – My daughter contacted you about a year ago I am finally getting around to it also. My husband died 15 months ago & one of his great treasures was ‘mister you’re just too damn lucky’. I have had to move from 44,000 sf ft to 850 sq ft & unfortunately I do not have anywhere to display the piece & would like to sell it. Do you know anyone who might be interested? I do not remeber what we paid for it or what it’s value is today. Could you give me some quidance on that & also how I should/could go about selling it. Tkank you so much. Janet M. Tonetti

  • Dale Anderson

    I have three pieces from your studio and was interested to see that you started a piece about Hugh Glassman. That event happened near here in Lemmon SD and I would like to get the finished piece when completed. Dale Anderson

  • Charles osborne

    I purchased “Ruby’s back in town” in Santa Fe about 15 years ago. I would like an approx value on it as I need to liquidate it. Thank you for your help.

  • Patrick Creutz

    I saw your bronze sculpture named WITH MY BOOKS item#166 at the NATIONAL COWBOY MUSEUM at OKLAHOMA CITY –would like to know how much for the bronze sculpture and to ship it to FLORIDA THANK YOU

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