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Terese Rogers B. 1957
Terese Rogers
B. 1957
Alpine Symphony
Oil on board
12 x 15 inches
Terese Rogers
Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., New York City
This spectacular view of the Bavarian Alps shows the majestic height of the mountain range,a dreamlike atmosphere and deep obscure canyons. It is much like a symphony that can move you beyond words. Composer Richard Strauss' "Alpine Symphony" describes an eleven hour climb, from daybreak to nightfall, in an Alpine mountain. In 1908, because of his love of nature, Strauss built a home in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria. This painting is one of the stunning views from that landscape. While traveling to Garmish-Partenkirchen with my husband, I was able to get incredible references for this work.

Inspired by: "Alpine Symphony" by Richard Strauss
Terese Rogers, a realist painter, was born in Wilkes-Barre, PA.  One of her earliest memories is standing on a chair to reach the kitchen blackboard where she would spend hours drawing.  Her parents encouraged her creative abilities from a young age.
She combined her passion for art and compassion for people by receiving her BA degree in psychology from Bloomsburg University and her MA in art therapy from Marywood University.  While raising her three children with her husband Don, she worked as an art therapist helping people to heal and discover themselves using art as a tool.
In 2007 she had the good fortune to study with Anthony Waichulis at what is now the Anni Art Academy Waichulis.  It was there that she gained the knowledge and discipline to enhance her artistic abilities.  Terese's focus is to capture the beauty in nature and simple things in our lives that bring us hope and joy.  Her work has been exhibited at numerous galleries and received awards from The Art Renewal Center and The Artists Magazine; in addition, she has been featured in several publications including The Artists Magazine and American Arts Quarterly.
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