Located in the southwest corner of New Mexico in the town of Rodeo, artist Roger McKasson has his studio and gallery. \nA nationally advertised artist since 1987, Roger McKasson established his studio gallery in Rodeo, NM in 1997. \nHis main subject is that of the female figure but his works also include landscapes. A series of oil on canvas landscapes based on scenes of the Greek Isles is currently in progress. \nHis figurative paintings are mainly in watercolor done in a realistic negative space style. The use of soft pastel quality colors in these works make them very pleasing to the eye of the viewer. \nHis bronze sculptures range from small simple busts to large 2/3 life size full figured dancers and his 6 ft. tall "Lady of the Lake". \nRoger McKasson's fine art creations have graced the pages of national publications for his own gallery as will as other galleries and Hidalgo County New Mexico. Some of these include: Palm Springs Life, Art Gallery International, Southwest Art, American Art Review, Artlife AZ, New Mexico Magazine, and the Bootheel. In 2005 New Mexico Traveler Magazine did a article on him. His works are routinely carried in galleries in California, Arizona, and New Mexico. His works are owned by collectors in Los Angeles and Malibu CA, Tucson and Scottdale AZ, Tacoma WA, Rodeo NM and else where. NM Governor Bill Richardson owns a sculpture commissioned for him by Hidalgo County.\n \n\nHours: 10 to 4:30 Tues. thru Sat.