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A. Rogge sells her work throughout the United States.
After a career in business, she expanded her life-long
love of weekend sketching and studied fine art at The
Art Students League and illustration at Parsons School
Rogge has exhibited her oil paintings at galleries in
Pennsylvania's Poconos and had solo and group shows in
Manhattan at the Cornell Medical Library, The Broome Street
Gallery, the Cork Gallery in Lincoln Center, 2/20 Gallery,
the Broadway Mall Community Center, and various New York
Public Library branches.
Her realistic paintings of Central Park scenes almost
always depict people engaged in recreational activities
and often include familiar architectural landmarks. She
views Central Park as a vast playground where people coexist
with nature, and her exquisitely painted scenes express
her depth of knowledge about and love for the Park. She
also paints Pennsylvania's woodlands where she has a home
and places where she travels as well.
Rogge's works in ink on paper resemble woodcuts and are
highly individual, at once "scenic" and wryly
She is a member of Metropolitan Artists, the West Side
Arts Coalition, Women in the Arts, and an associate member
of the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, Inc. and Allied
Artists of America, Inc.