Fawn Rogers is an American visual artist. Born in Portland, Oregon, Rogers spent her first few years in a small collective in the woods near Medford, Oregon. At the age of five, she moved to Kaneohe, Hawaii with her mother and adoptive father, an archaeologist. Free to explore her natural environment, she developed an early connection to nature, reflected in her subsequent artistic work.
After leaving home at the age of 15 and completion of her high school education the following year, she moved to Europe, where she spent the next several years immersed in travel and self-education within the art world. In the coming years, she would travel extensively in over 50 countries, primarily throughout Europe, Southeast and East Asia, and West Africa.
In 1995, Fawn gained artistic representation by Gottfried Tollmann. Her art has since been displayed and sold in the United States, Japan, India, and throughout Europe. Though primarily recognized as an artist, her career also includes work within various groups of the music and fashion industries, and as a founding partner of The Little Door restaurant in Los Angeles in 1996. Her work has been published in Elle, Glamour, People, InStyle, Notorious, Neo2, Flaunt, Spanish Vogue, and Italian Vogue.
Fawn Rogers currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
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