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ROGER HAYDEN JOHNSON


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Rosso

Rosso
Painting (H 26in x W 60in)
Beneath the Canyon Wall

Beneath the Canyon Wall
Painting (H 28in x W 46in)
Chapel with Vines

Chapel with Vines
Painting (H 10in x W 10in)

House with Vineyard

House with Vineyard
Painting (H 20in x W 28in)
Mora Chapel Door

Mora Chapel Door
Painting (H 30in x W 30in)
Porch Light

Porch Light
Painting (H 26in x W 48in)

River Mooring

River Mooring
Painting (H 36in x W 50in)
Rocky Harbor

Rocky Harbor
Painting (H 24in x W 28in)
Sunny Side Up

Sunny Side Up
Painting (H 36in x W 44in)

The Sky Below

The Sky Below
Painting (H 34in x W 52in)
House With Olive Grove and Quarry

House With Olive Grove and Quarry
Painting (H 20in x W 20in)
Vallecitos Chapel

Vallecitos Chapel
Painting (H 34in x W 34in)

Morning Frost

Morning Frost
Painting (H 20in x W 40in)
Ocate Chapel

Ocate Chapel
Painting (H 12in x W 16in)
Long Term Parking

Long Term Parking
Painting (H 26in x W 50in)

CaƱoncito Bell

CaƱoncito Bell
Painting (H 12in x W 16in)
Chamisal Bell with Willow

Chamisal Bell with Willow
Painting (H 18in x W 24in)
Garcia's Bell

Garcia's Bell
Painting (H 24in x W 24in)

Las Trampas Bell

Las Trampas Bell
Painting (H 20in x W 20in)
Shadows

Shadows
Painting (H 40in x W 40in)
Sky City

Sky City
Painting (H 12in x W 16in)

Winter Morning, Los Ojos

Winter Morning, Los Ojos
Painting (H 12in x W 16in)
Dust

Dust
Painting (H 30in x W 38in)
Navajo Painted Pony

Navajo Painted Pony
Painting (H 34in x W 30in)

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Artist Biography

Capturing the light of early morning or late afternoon in his architectural landscape paintings is the passion of Colorado artist Roger Hayden Johnson. Originally inspired at the age of ten by the work of Vincent Van Gogh, Johnson paints with a vibrant color palette in order to capture a unique moment in time. Roger Hayden Johnson paints indigenous architecture and waterscapes, including old farmhouses and country chapels throughout the Southwest and Europe.

Roger Hayden Johnson taught himself to paint the landscapes near the small Iowa farm where he grew up. He later studied art at Central College in Pella, Iowa, and earned a Master’s degree in art and art history at the University of Northern Iowa and a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting at Drake University in Des Moines. After having lived in Paris and Munich, Johnson moved with his family to Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1984. He began traveling into the mountains and valleys of northern New Mexico, where he fell in love with the earth-colored walls of old adobe buildings. With its small Spanish speaking communities clustered around churches, the area reminded him of Europe. And when the sun slanted low across these solid, age-graced structures, he was hooked.

Roger Hayden Johnson's works are found in private and museum collections all over the world.




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