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          • Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) A Stalking Moon, edition 8/30, 1998
            May. 09, 2024

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) A Stalking Moon, edition 8/30, 1998

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) A Stalking Moon, edition 8/30, 1998 bronze signed D.S. Rogers, numbered and dated (verso) height 27 x width 14 x depth 15 inches

            Hindman
          • Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Chiricahua Apache, edition 18/30
            May. 09, 2024

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Chiricahua Apache, edition 18/30

            Est: $6,000 - $8,000

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Chiricahua Apache, edition 18/30 bronze signed Scott Rogers, titled and numbered (base) height 23 x width 12 x depth 15 inches Private Collection of Dr. Robert Meyers

            Hindman
          • Scott Rogers, The Tracker, 2000
            May. 08, 2024

            Scott Rogers, The Tracker, 2000

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Scott Rogers (b. 1961) The Tracker, 2000 bronze, edition 30 of 30 inscribed: D.S. ROGERS / © '00 / "IN DESCRIBING THE MILITARY'S EFFORTS TO CAPTURE THE APACHE, ONE SOLDIER SAID, "WE CHASE THE WIND AND SHOOT AT SHADOW." / 30/30

            Santa Fe Art Auction
          • David Scott Rogers (b. 1961), "The Iron Mistress," 1994
            Mar. 12, 2024

            David Scott Rogers (b. 1961), "The Iron Mistress," 1994

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            David Scott Rogers (b. 1961) "The Iron Mistress," 1994 Verdigris bronze on raised and rotating wood plinth Edition: 9/30 Signed, dated, and numbered in the casting: D.S. Rogers © '94; attributed and alternately titled to metal plaque applied to plinth: "Holding the Line"

            John Moran Auctioneers
          • Scott Rogers bronze
            Oct. 26, 2023

            Scott Rogers bronze

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Scott Rogers (American b. 1961), bronze, titled The High Price of Gold, signed, dated 1992 and numbered 6/30, 15" h., 11 3/4" w. NO in-house shipping for this lot.

            Pook & Pook Inc.
          • Scott Rogers Bronze Sculpture, Other Side of Seventeen
            Oct. 07, 2023

            Scott Rogers Bronze Sculpture, Other Side of Seventeen

            Est: $600 - $700

            David Scott Rogers (Texas/Utah, b. 1960/61) bronze sculpture titled "Other Side of Seventeen" depicting a seated young lady in ponder wearing a dress with hat by her feet. Signed, dated, and numbered "D.S. Rogers / (copyright) / '01 / 17/30" verso. 13" H x 21" W x 8" D. Weight: 27 lbs. Note: The original Mountain Trails Galleries receipt and additional documentation are available to the winning bidder. Artist biography: Scott Rogers was born and raised in McKinney, Texas where he became a Golden Gloves championship-winning boxer at a young age. After obtaining his degree from Brigham Young University in finance, he worked in insurance and the oil and gas industry before purchasing a bronze from his uncle, Grant Speed, and quickly developing an interest in the medium. Rogers studied sculpting under his uncle and others such as Fritz White before finding success in the early nineties. He moved to Murray, Utah in 1997 where he currently resides.

            Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
          • Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Crow Shaman, edition 9/30, 2002
            Aug. 29, 2023

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Crow Shaman, edition 9/30, 2002

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Crow Shaman, edition 9/30, 2002 bronze signed D.S. Rogers, titled, numbered and dated (base) height 22 x width 11 x depth 12 inches

            Hindman
          • Scott Rogers Bronze Sculpture, The Chief Celebrates His New Hat w/ COA
            Jul. 08, 2023

            Scott Rogers Bronze Sculpture, The Chief Celebrates His New Hat w/ COA

            Est: $1,400 - $1,600

            David Scott Rogers (Texas/Utah, b. 1960/61) bronze sculpture titled "The Chief Celebrates His New Hat" depicting a middle-aged Native American man with disk and tubular beads throughout his hair wearing a European-style top hat with added feathers and open coat seated with crisscrossed legs wrapped in furs smoking a long pipe. Numbered, signed, dated, and titled to lower rear "8/30 (copyright) D.S. Rogers '00 The Chief Celebrates His New Hat". Mounted on a circular, felt-lined swivel base. Includes a signed certificate of authenticity from the studio of David Scott Rogers. 26" H x 15 1/2" W x 18 1/2" D. Weight: 85 lbs. Note: The original Mountain Trails Galleries receipt and additional documentation are available to the winning bidder. Artist biography: Scott Rogers was born and raised in McKinney, Texas where he became a Golden Gloves championship-winning boxer at a young age. After obtaining his degree from Brigham Young University in finance, he worked in insurance and the oil and gas industry before purchasing a bronze from his uncle, Grant Speed, and quickly developing a hyper-focused interest in the craft. Rogers studied sculpting under his uncle and others such as Fritz White before finding success in the early nineties. He moved to Murray, Utah in 1997 where he currently resides.

            Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
          • Scott Rogers Bronze Sculpture, We Fought Through Boggy Ground
            Jul. 08, 2023

            Scott Rogers Bronze Sculpture, We Fought Through Boggy Ground

            Est: $2,000 - $2,400

            David Scott Rogers (Texas/Utah, b. 1960/61) bronze sculpture titled "We Fought Through Boggy Ground" depicting a group of armed frontiersmen hastily attempting to traverse swampy terrain on foot or horseback and struggling as they succumb to the bog. Label in bronze with title and artist name to front edge of plinth-style base. Signed, dated, and numbered "D.S. Rogers (copyright) '99 30/30" to rear corner. Mounted on a rectangular wooden swivel base. 18 1/2" H x 42" W x 13 1/2" D. Weight: 121 lbs. Note: The original Mountain Trails Galleries receipt and additional documentation are available to the winning bidder. Artist biography: Scott Rogers was born and raised in McKinney, Texas where he became a Golden Gloves championship-winning boxer at a young age. After obtaining his degree from Brigham Young University in finance, he worked in insurance and the oil and gas industry before purchasing a bronze from his uncle, Grant Speed, and quickly developing an interest in the medium. Rogers studied sculpting under his uncle and others such as Fritz White before finding success in the early nineties. He moved to Murray, Utah in 1997 where he currently resides.

            Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
          • Scott Rogers (1960/61 Calgary) – Mutualism 013
            Jul. 01, 2023

            Scott Rogers (1960/61 Calgary) – Mutualism 013

            Est: €800 - €1,000

            Discarded museum displays of plexiglass, metal and plastic parts. 2023. Unique. 19,5 x 19 x 43cm.

            Kunstverein München e.V.
          • D.Scott Rogers, Bust of a Cowboy, Patinated Bronze
            May. 21, 2023

            D.Scott Rogers, Bust of a Cowboy, Patinated Bronze

            Est: $250 - $350

            D. Scott Rogers, (American,b. 1961), Third Time Up The Chishlom, Patinated Bronze, signed D.S. Rogers, numbered 1/30. Size: 10 x 10 x 17 in. #1553

            Sarasota Estate Auction
          • D.Scott. Rogers, Bronze Bust of a Girl
            May. 21, 2023

            D.Scott. Rogers, Bronze Bust of a Girl

            Est: $250 - $350

            D. Scott Rogers, (American, b.1961) Patinteted Bronze, Bust of a Girl, signed D.S. Rogers, with copyright. The wood base with a bronze plaque cast with a stagecoach. Size: 7 x 8 x 16 in. #1533

            Sarasota Estate Auction
          • SCOTT ROGERS (B.1961) MILITARY BRONZE SCULPTURE
            Apr. 01, 2023

            SCOTT ROGERS (B.1961) MILITARY BRONZE SCULPTURE

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Patinated bronze sculpture, "The Iron Mistress," signed in cast D.S. Rogers (Scott Rogers, American, b.1960/61), numbered 5/ 30, dated [19]94, on a rotating wood plinth, overall: approx 21"h, 13.5"w, 13.5"d Start Price: $800.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960/61)
            Jan. 14, 2023

            SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960/61)

            Est: $600 - $900

            Scott Rogers American, b. 1960/61 Hombre de Palabra (Man of His Word), 2015 Bronze Signed, dated, and editioned 4/30. Full-length standing figure in sombrero and poncho, mounted to a revolving wooden base.

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • SCOTT ROGERS (TX/UT, 1961 - )
            Nov. 13, 2022

            SCOTT ROGERS (TX/UT, 1961 - )

            Est: $2,000 - $2,500

            "Speaker of Wisdom", a waist length sculpture of a Native American Sachem holding a pipe, bronze, signed verso, dated '02, limited edition 3/30, mounted on an oak plinth, 12 3/4" tall overall. Fine condition.

            Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
          • Scott Rogers Gamblers Bronze Sculpture
            Aug. 20, 2022

            Scott Rogers Gamblers Bronze Sculpture

            Est: $5,000 - $15,000

            "Mister...You're Just Too Damn Lucky" signed 1995, numbered 29/30. Bronze measures 16" x 16" x 21"

            Burley Auction Gallery
          • SCOTT ROGERS (TX/UT, 1961 - )
            Jul. 10, 2022

            SCOTT ROGERS (TX/UT, 1961 - )

            Est: $10,000 - $15,000

            "Calling the Buffalo", a monumental patinated bronze of a Native American decoying in a herd wearing buffalo hide and horns, crouched over with shield and club, standing atop the 'ghosts' of many a beast; signed and titled on integral base, dated '05, numbered 1/30, a foundry pre-casting order, mounted on a molded walnut plinth with concealed turntable, bronze plate giving title and artist's name, 35" tall overall, 23" x 23" at base. Fine condition.

            Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
          • SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960)
            Feb. 10, 2022

            SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960)

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960) Crow Shaman Bronze, signed, dated 2002, and editioned 30/30 to base. Dynamic full-bodied seated figure in feathered headdress with outstretched arms. 21.5" height

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • D. SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960)
            Feb. 10, 2022

            D. SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960)

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            D. SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960) Flirtin' with the Undertaker Bronze, signed to base, dated '01, and editioned 8/30. Dynamic figure of a bucking bronco ridden by a young and ebullient cowboy. Mounted to circular wooden base. 23" height (with base)

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • D. SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960)
            Feb. 10, 2022

            D. SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960)

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            D. SCOTT ROGERS (AMERICAN, B. 1960) Calling the Buffalo Bronze, signed, titled, and editioned 1/30 across base. Crouching male figure in buffalo headdress and tailpiece, bearing war shield across his shoulder, atop a rocky base constructed of the forms of a buffalo herd. 18" height

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • SCOTT ROGERS (TX/UT, 1961 - )
            Jan. 14, 2022

            SCOTT ROGERS (TX/UT, 1961 - )

            Est: $10,000 - $15,000

            "Calling the Buffalo", a monumental patinated bronze of a Native American decoying in a herd wearing buffalo hide and horns, crouched over with shield and club, standing atop the 'ghosts' of many a beast; signed and titled on integral base, dated '05, numbered 1/30, a foundry pre-casting order, mounted on a molded walnut plinth with concealed turntable, bronze plate giving title and artist's name, 35" tall overall, 23" x 23" at base. Fine condition.

            Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
          • Scott Rogers Indian Chief New Hat Bronze Sculpture
            Jan. 27, 2021

            Scott Rogers Indian Chief New Hat Bronze Sculpture

            Est: $100 - $1,000

            Scott Rogers (American, born 1961). Bronze statue titled, "The Chief Celebrates His Hat." A sitting Native American Indian Chief, with smoking pipe. Mounted to spinning wood base. Features brass plaque with title and artist name. Artist signature at base, dated 2001. 28/30 limited edition. Good condition with normal wear. Measures 15 1/2 in. x 10 in. x 10 in. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. Gallery will refer a local shipper for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

            Hill Auction Gallery
          • Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960)
            Nov. 21, 2020

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960)

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) , "Alone and Outnumbered", 1992, bronze, signed, dated and numbered "8/50" on self-base, h. 11 1/4 in., w. 15 1/2 in., d. 5 3/4 in., marble and wood base with title plaque, overall h. 13 3/4 in

            Neal Auction Company
          • SCOTT ROGERS (B.1961) BRONZE 'A STALKING MOON'
            Sep. 26, 2020

            SCOTT ROGERS (B.1961) BRONZE 'A STALKING MOON'

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Bronze sculpture, "A Stalking Moon," signed in cast D.S. Rogers (David Scott Rogers, Texas, Utah, b.1961), dated 1990, numbered 1/ 30, Hoka Hey foundry mark, Stephenville, Texas, mounted on a rotating wood base, bronze: approx 27.5"h, 15"w, 14.5"d, base: approx 2"h, 16.25"w, 17"d, 62.5lbs Start Price: $800.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • Scott Rogers | Speaker of Wisdom
            Sep. 18, 2020

            Scott Rogers | Speaker of Wisdom

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: Speaker of Wisdom Inscribed on rear: '02 © D.S. Rogers AP/30 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 10 by 6 by 8 inches Additional dimensions: 13 by 6 by 8 inches with base Condition: Very Good Condition details: The bronze piece is in very good condition. The wood base is in very good condition. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues.

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers | The Anatomy Lesson
            Sep. 17, 2020

            Scott Rogers | The Anatomy Lesson

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: The Anatomy Lesson Inscribed on base: The Anatomy Lesson, D.S. Rogers '05 © 1AP/3 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 24 by 16 1/2 by 12 inches Additional dimensions: Condition: Very Good Condition details: This bronze piece is in very good condition. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues.

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers "Speaker of Wisdom" AP Bronze Sculpture
            Aug. 09, 2020

            Scott Rogers "Speaker of Wisdom" AP Bronze Sculpture

            Est: -

            David Scott Rogers (Born 1960/61) "Speaker of Wisdom" Artist Proof Bronze Sculpture. Measures 13H x 7W x 9D in. Total weight is 10 pounds. A native of McKinney, Texas, Scott Rogers became a full time professional sculptor in the mid 1990s. In his youth, he became a boxer, winning a Golden Gloves championship. He earned a degree in finance from Brigham Young University and then worked in insurance and the oil and gas industry. He developed an interest in sculpture and took lessons from his uncle, Grant Speed. He also took workshops from Fritz White. In 1991, he began marketing his own western figure and genre pieces through galleries. Artist: Scott Rogers Title: "Speaker of Wisdom" Medium: AP Bronze Circa/Year: 2002Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: Backside Edition: AP/30 Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1012

            Bradford's
          • Large Scott Rogers "Chief Celebrates New Hat" Bronze Sculpture
            Aug. 09, 2020

            Large Scott Rogers "Chief Celebrates New Hat" Bronze Sculpture

            Est: -

            David Scott Rogers (Born 1960/61) "Chief Celebrates His New Hat" Large Bronze Sculpture. Measures 28H x 16W x 19D in. Total weight is approx. 110 pounds. This bronze was produced at the Metal Arts Foundry in Lehi, Utah. Includes a certificate of authenticity, and two photographs of the pre-cast sculpture. A native of McKinney, Texas, Scott Rogers became a full time professional sculptor in the mid 1990s. In his youth, he became a boxer, winning a Golden Gloves championship. He earned a degree in finance from Brigham Young University and then worked in insurance and the oil and gas industry. He developed an interest in sculpture and took lessons from his uncle, Grant Speed. He also took workshops from Fritz White. In 1991, he began marketing his own western figure and genre pieces through galleries. Artist: Scott Rogers Title: Chief Celebrates New Hat Medium: Bronze; Ref: BD1175

            Bradford's
          • Scott Rogers | The Anatomy Lesson
            Jun. 19, 2020

            Scott Rogers | The Anatomy Lesson

            Est: $2,400 - $4,000

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: The Anatomy Lesson Inscribed on base: The Anatomy Lesson, D.S. Rogers '05 © 1AP/3 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 24 by 16 1/2 by 12 inches Condition: Very Good Condition details: This bronze piece is in very good condition. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues.

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers "Hopi Pot Maker" Bronze
            May. 24, 2020

            Scott Rogers "Hopi Pot Maker" Bronze

            Est: -

            Scott Rogers "Hopi Pottery Maker" Bronze Sculpture. “Tsa-Gab-Da-L’ao-Ga” A native of McKinney, Texas, Scott Rogers became a full time professional sculptor in the mid 1990s. In his youth, he became a boxer, winning a Golden Gloves championship. He earned a degree in finance from Brigham Young University and then worked in insurance and the oil and gas industry. He developed an interest in sculpture and took lessons from his uncle, Grant Speed. He also took workshops from Fritz White. In 1991, he began marketing his own western figure and genre pieces through galleries. Total weight is 69 Pounds 2 Ounces. Artist: Scott Rogers Title: "Hopi Pot Maker" Medium: Bronze Circa/Year: 2000 Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: Back Bottom Edition: 16/30 Site Measurement: 23"x21"x16"; Ref: DD4027

            Bradford's
          • Scott Rogers (American, Texas, Utah, b. 1960)
            Feb. 22, 2020

            Scott Rogers (American, Texas, Utah, b. 1960)

            Est: $600 - $1,000

            Scott Rogers (American, Texas, Utah, b. 1960) Speaker of Wisdom, 2002, bronze with brown and green patination, signed and dated, numbered 10/30, raised on wood base.  10 in. h. of bronze, 9 in. d.   13 in. h. total including base. Condition: Very good with no damage or repair

            Neue Auctions
          • Scott Rogers | The Anatomy Lesson
            Feb. 21, 2020

            Scott Rogers | The Anatomy Lesson

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: The Anatomy Lesson Inscribed on base: The Anatomy Lesson, D.S. Rogers '05 © 1AP/3 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 24 by 16 1/2 by 12 inches Condition: Very Good Condition details: The bronze piece is in very good condition with normal wear. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers | The Pendleton Girls
            Feb. 21, 2020

            Scott Rogers | The Pendleton Girls

            Est: $5,000 - $8,000

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: The Pendleton Girls Inscribed on base: D.S. Rogers © 2/30 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 19 by 21 by 8 inches Condition: Very Good Condition details: The bronze piece is in very good condition with normal wear. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues. The wood base is in very good condition with no apparent issues. Nameplate: The Pendleton Girls, Scott Rogers

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers | The Seekers of Wisdom
            Feb. 21, 2020

            Scott Rogers | The Seekers of Wisdom

            Est: $4,000 - $6,000

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: The Seekers of Wisdom Inscribed on base: D.S. Rogers 99 © 2/30 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 14 by 32 by 13 inches Condition: Very Good Condition details: The bronze piece is in very good condition with normal wear. With the unaided eye there is some light patina throughout the piece. The wood base is in very good condition with no apparent issues. Nameplate: “The Seekers of Wisdom” Scott Rogers

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers | On the Trail of the Ancients
            Feb. 21, 2020

            Scott Rogers | On the Trail of the Ancients

            Est: $5,000 - $8,000

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: On the Trail of the Ancients Inscribed on base: D.S. Rogers © '00 3/30 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 27 by 46 by 13 inches Condition: Very Good Condition details: The bronze piece is in very good condition with normal wear. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers | Hightailin'
            Feb. 21, 2020

            Scott Rogers | Hightailin'

            Est: $5,000 - $10,000

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: Hightailin' Inscribed on base: D.S. Rogers '00 © AP/30 "Hightailin" Media: Bronze Dimensions: 32 by 39 by 15 inches Condition: Very Good Condition details: The bronze piece is in very good condition with normal wear. With the unaided eye there are no apparent issues

            Altermann Galleries
          • SCOTT ROGERS (B.1961) WESTERN BRONZE 'STAMPEDE'
            Nov. 16, 2019

            SCOTT ROGERS (B.1961) WESTERN BRONZE 'STAMPEDE'

            Est: $2,500 - $3,000

            Patinated bronze sculpture, "Stampede," signed in cast Scott Rogers (Texas, Utah, b.1960/1961), dated 2004, numbered 15/ 30, approx 32.5"h, 22"w, 25"d Start Price: $1,500.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • SCOTT ROGERS (B.1961) WESTERN BRONZE 'HOKA HEY'
            Nov. 16, 2019

            SCOTT ROGERS (B.1961) WESTERN BRONZE 'HOKA HEY'

            Est: $1,500 - $3,500

            Patinated bronze sculpture, "Hoka Hey," signed in cast, Scott Rogers (Texas, Utah, b.1960/1961), dated 2003, AP of 30, approx 19.5"h, 14"w 14.25"d, 53.75lbs Start Price: $800.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Not All Horses Are Pampered, 2004
            Nov. 08, 2019

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Not All Horses Are Pampered, 2004

            Est: $100 - $200

            Scott Rogers (American, b. 1960) Not All Horses Are Pampered, 2004, bronze, edition 9/75, signed D.S. Rogers, numbered and dated (base) height 6 1/4 x width 4 inches

            Hindman
          • Scott Rogers (b. 1961) "Prayer For The Corn" Bronze
            Oct. 20, 2019

            Scott Rogers (b. 1961) "Prayer For The Corn" Bronze

            Est: -

            Artist: Scott Rogers (b. 1961) Title: "Prayer For The Corn" Medium: Bronze Circa/Year: 2005 Signature Type: Signed in Cast Signature Location: On base of backside Edition: AP 1 of 3 Artist Proof out of a total casting of 30. History and Art course through the veins of Scott Rogers - sculptor. John Rogers, his Great Grandfather (six times removed) died as a martyr, burned at the stake in 1555, for translating and printing one of the first English Bibles. Two of his relatives, Thomas Rogers & Samuel Fuller, signed the Mayflower Compact - Plymouth 1620. His great, great grandfather, Henry Clay Rogers, was part of the expedition that settled Lehi, Arizona, 1877 (now present day Mesa) the very town in which Scott was born. His Uncle, Grant Speed (1930-2011), was a renowned sculptor in western art. As a youth, Scott was not drawn to creating art. However, it gives insight into his present artistic outlook, to learn of a few enriching experiences that permeated his life at a young age. At twelve years old, he gave mouth to mouth to a drowned boy, “then witnessed first hand, life returning”. In becoming an Eagle Scout Scott swam for miles, camped in snow, ran raging rivers in canoes and found himself caught in lightning storms (at 12,000 ft) in the Rockies. At the age of sixteen Scott won a Golden Gloves boxing championship (mix in a few street fights too). He played football, ran track (discus), rode bulls in rodeos throughout Texas and Oklahoma and acted and sang in plays. Scott also set world records picking pineapple in the fields of Hawaii, trapped and skinned hundreds of animals, was selected as a principle nominee to attend the Naval Academy (a broken back suffered from bull riding prevented him from attending), worked a rock crusher in an Alaskan gold mine, all…in some measure...have found their way into the believability people see and feel in his work. Scott experiences life and then puts it into form. Look closely at his sculpture, for when you do, you’re seeing life experiences - self-portraits - left by its creator. Artist: Scott Rogers (b. 1961) Title: "Prayer For The Corn" Medium: Bronze Circa/Year: 2005 Signature Type: Signed in Cast Signature Location: On base of backside Edition: AP 3/30 Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: AG

            Bradford's
          • Scott Rogers (b. 1961) "Rests With Honor" Bronze
            Oct. 20, 2019

            Scott Rogers (b. 1961) "Rests With Honor" Bronze

            Est: -

            Artist: Scott Rogers (b. 1961) Title: "Rests With Honor" Medium: Bronze Circa/Year: 2006 Signature Type: Signed in Cast Signature Location: On Base Edition: AP 1 of 3 Artist Proof out of a total casting of 30. History and Art course through the veins of Scott Rogers - sculptor. John Rogers, his Great Grandfather (six times removed) died as a martyr, burned at the stake in 1555, for translating and printing one of the first English Bibles. Two of his relatives, Thomas Rogers & Samuel Fuller, signed the Mayflower Compact - Plymouth 1620. His great, great grandfather, Henry Clay Rogers, was part of the expedition that settled Lehi, Arizona, 1877 (now present day Mesa) the very town in which Scott was born. His Uncle, Grant Speed (1930-2011), was a renowned sculptor in western art. As a youth, Scott was not drawn to creating art. However, it gives insight into his present artistic outlook, to learn of a few enriching experiences that permeated his life at a young age. At twelve years old, he gave mouth to mouth to a drowned boy, “then witnessed first hand, life returning”. In becoming an Eagle Scout Scott swam for miles, camped in snow, ran raging rivers in canoes and found himself caught in lightning storms (at 12,000 ft) in the Rockies. At the age of sixteen Scott won a Golden Gloves boxing championship (mix in a few street fights too). He played football, ran track (discus), rode bulls in rodeos throughout Texas and Oklahoma and acted and sang in plays. Scott also set world records picking pineapple in the fields of Hawaii, trapped and skinned hundreds of animals, was selected as a principle nominee to attend the Naval Academy (a broken back suffered from bull riding prevented him from attending), worked a rock crusher in an Alaskan gold mine, all…in some measure...have found their way into the believability people see and feel in his work. Scott experiences life and then puts it into form. Look closely at his sculpture, for when you do, you’re seeing life experiences - self-portraits - left by its creator. Artist: Scott Rogers (b. 1961) Title: "Rests With Honor" Medium: Bronze Circa/Year: 2006 Signature Type: Signed in Cast Signature Location: On Base Edition: AP 1/3 Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: AG

            Bradford's
          • Scott Rogers (b. 1961) "Gamblin's a Sin" Bronze
            Oct. 20, 2019

            Scott Rogers (b. 1961) "Gamblin's a Sin" Bronze

            Est: -

            Artist: Scott Rogers (b. 1961) Title: "Gamblin's a Sin" Medium: Bronze Signature Type: Signed in Cast Signature Location: Lower Right Edition: AP 1 of 3 Artist Proofs. History and Art course through the veins of Scott Rogers - sculptor. John Rogers, his Great Grandfather (six times removed) died as a martyr, burned at the stake in 1555, for translating and printing one of the first English Bibles. Two of his relatives, Thomas Rogers & Samuel Fuller, signed the Mayflower Compact - Plymouth 1620. His great, great grandfather, Henry Clay Rogers, was part of the expedition that settled Lehi, Arizona, 1877 (now present day Mesa) the very town in which Scott was born. His Uncle, Grant Speed (1930-2011), was a renowned sculptor in western art. As a youth, Scott was not drawn to creating art. However, it gives insight into his present artistic outlook, to learn of a few enriching experiences that permeated his life at a young age. At twelve years old, he gave mouth to mouth to a drowned boy, “then witnessed first hand, life returning”. In becoming an Eagle Scout Scott swam for miles, camped in snow, ran raging rivers in canoes and found himself caught in lightning storms (at 12,000 ft) in the Rockies. At the age of sixteen Scott won a Golden Gloves boxing championship (mix in a few street fights too). He played football, ran track (discus), rode bulls in rodeos throughout Texas and Oklahoma and acted and sang in plays. Scott also set world records picking pineapple in the fields of Hawaii, trapped and skinned hundreds of animals, was selected as a principle nominee to attend the Naval Academy (a broken back suffered from bull riding prevented him from attending), worked a rock crusher in an Alaskan gold mine, all…in some measure...have found their way into the believability people see and feel in his work. Scott experiences life and then puts it into form. Look closely at his sculpture, for when you do, you’re seeing life experiences - self-portraits - left by its creator. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: AG

            Bradford's
          • Scott Rogers "The Anatomy Lesson" Bronze Sculpture
            Oct. 13, 2019

            Scott Rogers "The Anatomy Lesson" Bronze Sculpture

            Est: -

            This is a beautiful and unique piece for Scott Rogers (b. 1961). This would be a stunning piece in a doctors office. Artist: Scott Rogers Title: "The Anatomy Lesson" Medium: Bronze Circa/Year: 2005 Signature Type: Singed in Cast Signature Location: On Base Edition: AP 1/3; History and Art course through the veins of Scott Rogers - sculptor. John Rogers, his Great Grandfather (six times removed) died as a martyr, burned at the stake in 1555, for translating and printing one of the first English Bibles. Two of his relatives, Thomas Rogers & Samuel Fuller, signed the Mayflower Compact - Plymouth 1620. His great, great grandfather, Henry Clay Rogers, was part of the expedition that settled Lehi, Arizona, 1877 (now present day Mesa) the very town in which Scott was born. His Uncle, Grant Speed (1930-2011), was a renowned sculptor in western art. As a youth, Scott was not drawn to creating art. However, it gives insight into his present artistic outlook, to learn of a few enriching experiences that permeated his life at a young age. At twelve years old, he gave mouth to mouth to a drowned boy, “then witnessed first hand, life returning”. In becoming an Eagle Scout Scott swam for miles, camped in snow, ran raging rivers in canoes and found himself caught in lightning storms (at 12,000 ft) in the Rockies. At the age of sixteen Scott won a Golden Gloves boxing championship (mix in a few street fights too). He played football, ran track (discus), rode bulls in rodeos throughout Texas and Oklahoma and acted and sang in plays. Scott also set world records picking pineapple in the fields of Hawaii, trapped and skinned hundreds of animals, was selected as a principle nominee to attend the Naval Academy (a broken back suffered from bull riding prevented him from attending), worked a rock crusher in an Alaskan gold mine, all…in some measure...have found their way into the believability people see and feel in his work. Scott experiences life and then puts it into form. Look closely at his sculpture, for when you do, you’re seeing life experiences - self-portraits - left by its creator. Keywords: Artwork, Art; Ref: AG

            Bradford's
          • Scott Rogers | Renegades, Rebels and Rogues
            May. 31, 2019

            Scott Rogers | Renegades, Rebels and Rogues

            Est: $2,500 - $4,500

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: Renegades, Rebels and Rogues Inscribed on base: D.S. Rogers © '95 8/30 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 20 by 19 by 15 inches No Reserve

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers | Renegades, Rebels and Rogues
            Mar. 29, 2019

            Scott Rogers | Renegades, Rebels and Rogues

            Est: $2,500 - $4,500

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: Renegades, Rebels and Rogues Inscribed on base: D.S. Rogers © '95 8/30 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 20 by 19 by 15 inches

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers | Renegades, Rebels and Rogues
            Aug. 11, 2018

            Scott Rogers | Renegades, Rebels and Rogues

            Est: $3,500 - $5,500

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: Renegades, Rebels and Rogues Inscribed on base: D.S. Rogers © '95 8/30 Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 20 by 19 by 15 inches

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers | No Quit in Either of 'Em
            Aug. 10, 2018

            Scott Rogers | No Quit in Either of 'Em

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Artist: Scott Rogers | b. 1960 Title: No Quit in Either of 'Em Inscribed on base: D.S. Rogers © 1992 6/30 Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 20 by 16 by 11 inches

            Altermann Galleries
          • Scott Rogers (b.1960) Ke Wa Corn Dancer Bronze
            Jul. 22, 2018

            Scott Rogers (b.1960) Ke Wa Corn Dancer Bronze

            Est: -

            American sculptor (b.1961) has been featured in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions. This piece is in excellent condition. No. 28 from Limited Edition of 30. Titled, Ke WaCorn Dancer, 1999 Signature on base as well as Edition Number 28 of 30, measures 23 x 11.5 inches.; Ref: JE13552

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