Glen Rogers has lived and worked in Mexico since 2002 and now calls San Miguel de Allende her home. Glen lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for 25 years before relocating to Mexico. Her work includes painting, prints and public sculpture; art inspired by archetypal symbols, pilgrimages to ancient sacred sites, and images of the divine feminine.
Glen is an internationally exhibited artist with recent solo exhibitions at the Bellas Artes, Cusco and the Bienal Int'l de Grabado in Lima; Peru; Baupres Gallery, Mazatlán; Open Ground Studio, Monterey, CA; Centro Cultural Antiguo Colegio Jesuita, Patzcuaro, Michoacan; Mazatlán Museum of Art; Instituto Sinaloense de Cultura, Culiacan.
Glen is an arts organizer and curator. While living in Mazatlán, she founded First Friday Artwalk, was owner/director of Luna: Arte Contemporáneo and organized international exhibitions and artist exchanges; Plastic Madness, Paper Migration, Presence in Nature and Hecho en Mazatlán. In San Miguel, she curated 'Plastic Madness' at Casa Europa and co-founded Galeria Espiral. Glen is considered a master printer with an MFA in printmaking. She teaches printmaking workshops in her studio and has led Art Vacations throughout Mexico and Peru.
Glen has been awarded artist residencies at Green Olive in Tetouan, Morocco, Scuola International de Grafica, Venice; Fundacion Valparaiso, Spain; Helene Wurlitzer Foundation in Taos, N.M; Villa Montalvo in Saratoga, Ca; Frans Masereel Print Center, Belgium and KALA Institute, Berkeley. Her work has been featured on the covers of Inquiring Mind and M! magazines and was voted ‘Best Artist’ in M! magazine’s first Mazzie Awards.
Her public artworks can be seen throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including, “Beacon”, in downtown Campbell, “Web of Life”, bridge railing for City of Chico, and "Spirit Gate" in San Jose, CA.