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Lynne Cary Rogers Edit Profile

artist , painter

Lynne Cary Rogers, American artist, painter. Virginia Foundation of Humanities Discretionary grant. Member and advocate Richmond Living Wage Coalition, 2001; chair art committee Eastern Shore Tourism Commission, Melfa, since 2006.

Background

Rogers, Lynne Cary was born on January 2, 1953 in Hampton, Virginia, United States. Daughter of John Grayson and Virginia Sledd Rogers.

Education

Attended, Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, 1971—1972. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, 1976.

Career

Owner Lynne Cary Creations, Cape Charles, 1985—1990, Zane Carrot Productions, Wachapreague, since 1992. Executive director ESO Arts Center, Belle Haven, 2010. Extended substitute teacher art Northampton Middle School, Machipongo, Virginia, 1988.

Theatre manager assistant Odd Duck Studio, Seattle, 1999—2000. Video production assistant Imago, Seattle, 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include Town Tavern, Port Townsend, Washington, 1977, 1980, Town Café, 1978, Towards a New Mythology, 1980, Stanley Gallery, Norfolk, Virginia, 1986, Palmer-Rae Gallery, Virginia Beach, 1986, Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, 1987, Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Newport News, 1988, Riverrun Gallery, Lambertville, New Jersey, 1993, Trilogy Gallery, Salisbury, Maryland, 1995, ESO Art Center, Belle Haven, Virginia, 1997-1998, Fountain Café, Port Townsend, Washington, 2000, Café Rosso, Norfolk, since 2002, Richardson Gallery, Onancock, featured in, An Illustrated Survey of American Artist Leading Contemporaries by Les Krantz, 1990, My Place in the Sun British Broadcasting Corporation travel series, 2004. Flutist and vocalist: (music groups) The Myrtles, Urban Folk.

Membership

Member and advocate Richmond Living Wage Coalition, 2001. Chair art committee Eastern Shore Tourism Commission, Melfa, since 2006.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Yoga, foreign films.

Connections

father:
John Grayson

mother:
Virginia Sledd Rogers