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I retired from a long career as an aircraft mechanic to live by the sea, bake bread, and create art with paint, tile, wood, stones, and any other materials that inspire me. 


I paint with acrylic on canvas. My signature frames are made from reclaimed wood, barn boards, pine, or cedar with jute, beach stones, and items that turn up on the beach outside my home on the Pacific Coast just south of the Canadian border. 


Sometimes I paint on wood, or on walls, or on random items my wife and I pick up at the Habitat for Humanity Restore. These days, I'm doing a lot of mosaic work with tile, broken crockery, and beach stones. 

Prices for original work are based on how willing or unwilling my wife is to part with that particular thing. If you see something that interests you, shoot me an email.

My working studio, The Space, is located at 800 Montesano in Westport, Washington, two doors down from the South Beach Artists Association. If you see my orange pickup truck out front, that means I'm there. It's not an open-to-public gallery per se, but you're welcome to come on in for coffee and see what's on the walls.


I look forward to hearing from you.

© 2020 Gary Rodgers All rights reserved. Images may not be reproduced or used without permission.