Roger Carlisle

Woods in Mind

Woods in Mind

Roger Carlisle-Watercolor

Shore Line

Shore Line

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$575

Afternoon Road

Afternoon Road

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$575

Untitled Study

Untitled Study

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$250

Angular 2

Angular 2

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$575

Untitled

Untitled

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$250

Tree & Lake in Spring Rain

Tree & Lake in Spring Rain

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$575

Angular 1

Angular 1

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$575

Woods In Mind 4

Woods In Mind 4

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$575

Autumn Onset In Hills

Autumn Onset In Hills

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-Framed $800

Tree Study

Tree Study

Roger Carlisle-Pen & Ink-$250

Winter Wheat

Winter Wheat

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$400

Grey Day Landscape

Grey Day Landscape

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-$400

Tree Study

Tree Study

Roger Carlisle-Pencil Drawing-$250

Sunset Study 2

Sunset Study 2

Roger Carlisle-Pastel-SOLD

Pastel, Watercolor, Oils
Jonesboro, Ar.
September 12, 1946-June 21, 2017

A native of Nebraska, Roger Carlisle came to Jonesboro, Arkansas in 1974, where he taught drawing and painting in the Art Department at Arkansas State University . He earned his BFA and MFA from the University of Nebraska. The artist works in oil, acrylic, pastels, and watercolor. His striking landscapes have a broad range of vibrant color, mood, and style. His work has been shown in major competitions throughout the country, including Arts for the Parks National Competition in Jackson Hole, WY. His work has won major commissions and prizes. He was commissioned to design the Arkansas Sesquintennial Stamp in 1986 for the U.S. Postal Service and numerous collector panels for the U.S. Postal Commemorative Society. Collectors of Carlisle’s work include Stephens Inc., The Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging, IBERIA Bank and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

Roger was a well-recognized and respected artist, teacher, and mentor to many of us that knew him personally as well as those that knew him only through his art.

As we walk around Jonesboro, we find his work in many professional offices and we are reminded of the unique talent he demonstrated when capturing the medley of colors in trees or the spectacular brilliance of a sunset. He left us with many pieces to gaze upon that make us ponder the meaning of art, love, friendship, and all things that are timeless. Roger leaves behind a legacy of challenges for those of us that were inspired by him to step up paint life at its best.

405 S. Main St., Jonesboro, Ar.

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