Roger L. Brignull
Roger Brignull (b. 1946) is a native of the Hudson River Valley in New York currently residing in Bar Harbor, Maine.
He received a B.S. degree from the University Massachusetts and a Doctorate from the Southern California College of Optometry. This presented him with an extensive background in anatomy, color and physiology.
His introduction in Art began with James Frederick Woell of Deer Isle, Maine. Roger studied sculpting initially with precious metal clay and then casting in bronze.
Painting became a second passion with Betty Allen on Mount Desert Island.
Roger’s works are in Maine, Maryland, Washington, Colorado, Florida and California. They have been on display at the Samuel Shaw Gallery, Frenchman Bay, Pearson-Legacy, Asticou and Salty Dog Galleries.
His two most recent pieces are an angel sculpted in cement that appears about to fly. The second piece is an acrylic seascape on aluminum panel. Diamond chips embedded in the wave crests scintillate.
Roger’s works have a graceful fluid sense of motion with a bouquet of colors that bring his creations to life.