Tim Rogerson "Feelin the love"
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Tim Rogerson "Feelin the love" is a fine art giclee on canvas 24x18 hand signed and numbered. This is a limited edition size of only 195. TIM ROGERSON'S JAZZ COLLECTION DEBUTING AT ARTEXPO NEW YORK LOS ANGELES, CA Painter Tim Rogerson captures the many colorful moods of jazz in a new quintet of paintings for Collectors Editions, an art publishing company in Los Angeles. All images will be featured as hand-embellished giclees on canvas in a limited edition of 195. All pieces are signed and numbered by the artist. I basically have two loves in life, Rogerson says. Music and Art. I can't paint without music. In these paintings, I'm able to combine my love of art and music onto a blank canvas. I chose jazz because it gave me freedom to do anything. It allows me to go crazy with color and line. Jazz has no rules and it's all about expressing yourself. It's like a candy store for an artist's imagination. Three Guys Named Joe 18x24 Rogerson's father is a musician and music was always a part of the Rogerson's family life. Music came very easily for me, Tim remembers. I played all the time. I can play almost every instrument, and my strongest talents would be guitar, piano, saxophone, and drums. I've played in many bands, inside and outside of school but my favorite were always jazz bands because the music is so different. Jazz has more freedom; it's offbeat and has no rules. It's much more about playing music than reading notes off a page. I love it. "These are exciting works from a genre that is full of great American tradition," says Collectors Editions President and CEO, Michael Young. "They celebrate jazz, they celebrate art and they celebrate life. For such a young painter, Tim shows tremendous depth and an understanding of his subject matter that is well beyond his years." "We're incredibly excited to have him on board with us," says Collectors Editions Director of Creative Services Steve Wetzel. "He adds an element of fun and excitement that speaks clearly to a whole new modern art audience