I am caught in wonder at the natural world.

” Come look at this, how beautiful this plant is, how intricate this spider web is and look how the stripes on a chipmunk echo his shape. Come see what I see.”

Valerie Rogers is a watercolor and acrylic artist.

Salmon Arm Artist Valerie Rogers

Galleries

Wildlife Gallery

Available Originals

Horse Gallery

Whimsy Gallery

Big Paintings

Reproductions

Valerie Rogers is a watercolor and acrylic artist. She paints in-depth visual studies of nature and it`s creatures in their own quiet places. She focuses on the natural beauty around her and translates it to art on canvas. A Canadian artist living in Salmon Arm in the interior of British Columbia. she is surrounded by the natural beauty of the region. The mountains circling her studio are full of the wildlife she loves to paint. Hiking in those mountains gives her the chance to get really close to her inspiration.

Field work for my Art

It is the field work that creates the passion that keeps me painting the long hours that it takes to create wildlife art. The excitement of seeing the animals in their natural habitat living their lives. We are so fortunate to live in the interior of BC just minutes...

Big Horn Rams in art

Big Horn Sheep - Seems like a funny subject for fine art but there is something so impressive and prehistoric about these agile big horned animals. The sheer mass on the tops of their heads...a twisting curling challenge and defence.  They are beautiful but strange,...

January is almost done

The first month of the year 2922 is almost done. My year has started out  differently than I expected.  Yet it has been so great to  have lots of time with family. I am so lucky to have such a wonderful family. Grateful to each and everyone one of them for their...

A new year 2022

Well we have jumped into a new year and I wish every one  a wonderful healthy happy 2022. Lets make this year the best yet!

Love the mountains

I do love the mountains that surround Salmon Arm and the larger rocky mountain ranges  that form the back bone of our province. It is in all these mountains that I find my inspiration. The rocks themselves are so incredible, craggy combinations of elements that are...