Anne Rogers, who also teaches high school English, talks about how she became an artist:
"I started when I was a young girl. I started in oil pastels because I love the feeling of mixing bright colors. Lately I've been doing scenes from my childhood, so this is all Oregon reimagined. It's a little not quite exactly how it looks, but I like a little surrealism in my paintings. I think art should make you think and feel, and usually, *usually* it's something beautiful you want to look at. You know, it could be (Pablo Picasso's) 'Guernica,' something that's beautiful in its awfulness. I like that combination."
To check out Anne Rogers's work, visit her page at arogersart on www.etsy.com.
These are the stories of the people of Easton, PA