Johnson Development 2015 Home Tour

Art Installations


Starting April 1, three large-scale, temporary and permanent outdoor works from award-winning metal sculptor Dale Rogers of Haverhill, Massachusetts will be installed for public viewing in Johnson Development communities in Fort Bend County, Montgomery County and League City. 

Artist Dale Rogers began his full time welding career in 2002 designing both large-scale sculptures for individual installation with private collectors as well as temporary public exhibits full of multiple pieces. Rogers' art is featured in over 10 states and won over 20 prestigious awards all over the country. The process of creating a pieces of art takes at least 6 months from conception to completion and Rogers works exclusively with Stainless Steel and Cor-Ten Steel, providing variations that add dimension and depth to the different sculptures.

Take a sneak peek below at the three exhibits and their rotations throughout the 2015 Johnson Development Home Tour.


Four People Sculpture by Dale Rogers

 

Family

Featuring four sculptures holding hands, “The exhibit is both uplifting and uniting,” says Rogers of the 7 ft tall by 15 ft wide sculpture made of Cor-Ten steel. “It’s just one of those pieces you look at and feel good about.”

April 2: Woodforest 
April 4: Harmony
April 11: Cross Creek Ranch
April 18:  Sienna Plantation 
April 23:  Tuscan Lakes  


The Big Dog Show by Dale Rogers

 

The Big Dog Show

"The Big Dog Show", Rogers’ signature piece is a collection of twenty, free-standing dogs made of a weathered, Cor-Ten steel.  Each of the dogs stand an impressive 8 ft tall and 10 ft wide.

April 1 – 15: Imperial 
April 15 - 30: Sienna Plantation

Flight by Dale Rogers

 

Flight

“Flight,” winner of a 2012 ArtPrize Urban Space Juried Award reflects a collection of large-scale, stainless-steel birds with 12 ft wide wing spans displayed 12 to 15 ft off the ground.

April 1 – 15: Riverstone 
April 15 - 30: Cross Creek Ranch

 

 

View more of Dale Rogers' work on his website here.