Mary Ann Rogers has consistently been in the top 5 published artists according to the Fine Art Trade Guild.
Mary Ann is a self-taught artist who began painting at a very early age and has become one of the most acclaimed watercolour painters of her subjects in Britain.
Her stunning countryside studio, made famous by a T.V. documentary, allows her to paint her subjects direct from life - capturing the briefest moments in time.
The ceiling to floor windows face Northwards, making maximum use of the natural North light, enabling Mary Ann to observe sheep grazing up the hill and her many feathered subjects feed, strut, mate, fight, and rest before her watchful eye in the garden.