Roger Broer

Mr Broer works in a modified version of the monotype, hand burnishing, using oil paints instead of printer’s inks and a Plexiglas plate in place of the press. The immediacy of the process suits the artist, as it allows him to work through the original idea in one session. He then often returns to enhance the piece, in which that fleeting moment of inspiration has been captured.

Throughout his career, Mr Broer has won numerous awards in the Black Hills area, at the Santa Fe Indian Art Market, and across the western United States. He has been cited in at least a dozen publications and has exhibited his work in more than 50 individual and 175 group shows. His work is held in private, corporate, and public collections, including the US Department of Interior, Washington, DC and the Pierre Cardin Collection in Paris. Mr Broer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern Montana College (now University of Montana, Billings) and did graduate work at Central Washington University. He has been the invitational artist at several prestigious events and has served as a juror and on acquisition boards for museums and shows in South Dakota, Oklahoma, Washington, along with an incredibly impressive list of lectures, workshops, residencies, boards and consultancies.

Roger offers monotype workshops in his studio and on-site.

Seven Fires Art is very honored to present the work of acclaimed Oglala Lakota artist Roger Broer. We invite you to shop our collection of recent monotypes.

Please visit RogerBroer.com for more information or to contact the artist.

Roger Broer