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Glen Rogers

Glen is an artist/educator who approaches life with an adventurous spirit and a reverence for Mother Earth. One of her favorite quotes, "Leap and the net will appear", has propelled her on a life journey of art and discovery.


She has lived and worked in Mexico since 2000 and now splits her time between San Miguel de Allende and Mazatlan. Originally from Mississippi, she wandered between New Orleans and Gainesville, Florida where she attended University of Florida and developed a passion for printmaking so many years ago.

In the San Francisco Bay Area where she lived for 25 years, also known as Glen Rogers Perrotto, she immersed herself in the arts and developed as an organizer and curator as well as a visual artist.  She  co-founded Citadel Print Center and organized the San Jose ICA Monotype Marathon while a board member. 

In Mazatlán, she founded First Friday Artwalk, had a gallery, Luna: Arte Contemporáneo, and organized international exhibitions and artist exchanges such as Plastic Madness/Locura del Plastico which continues to travel. 

Glen has exhibited internationally with recent solo exhibitions at Baupres Gallery, Mazatlan; Bellas Artes, Cusco and the Bienal Int'l de Grabado in Lima, Peru; Her work was shown in Crossing Borders, Ghent, Belgium in 2019.


Glen is considered a master printer with an MFA in printmaking and taught monoprint workshops in her studio and led Art Vacations throughout Mexico and Peru for many years. In 2022 & 2023, she organized, Calling the Circle: A Sacred Feminine Women's Gathering in San Miguel.


One of her favorite pastimes is to combine travels with visiting ancient sacred sites and working in studios around the world. To this end, she has done artist residencies in Morocco; Venice, Italy; Spain and Belgium. Her book, Art & Sacred Sites: Connecting with Spirit of Place, chronicles her pilgrimages to sites around the world. 


Her public artworks in California, include Beacon in Campbell; Web of Life, bridge railing for City of Chico;  Spirit Gate in San Jose and in Austria, Throne for a Goddess, Kunstpark St. Ruprecht/Raab. In 2023, she installed her first public art in Mexico, Aleteo, at El Charco Botanical Garden in San Miguel de Allende.


Artist Statement

Artist Statement

Glen Rogers w Moon Gate charcoal drawing

For over forty years, Glen’s artwork has been women centric and inspired by the Sacred Feminine. Her work depicts women in their strength as well as in their sensuality – women as life-givers who are grounded yet connected to the spiritual realm. Her work celebrates a nature-based symbolism honoring Gaia, Mother Earth. For many years Glen has traveled around the world visiting ancient sacred sites. Archetypal symbols carved on stone, painted on cave walls and ceramics have inspired her work. This more recent figurative series created over a five-year period combines those symbols with the power of the female. Her work includes charcoal drawings, paintings and monotype prints with the theme of HerStory – a revisionist history relating to matriarchal cultures and Maiden, Mother, Crone – the three phases of a woman’s life – all painted with a definite feminist agenda.

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