Western Art Gallery
Roger Brunk grew up in typical farm boy fashion on a stock farm in rural Missouri. Although having left his roots shortly after high school he is still a prime example of the old adage, "you can take the boy out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the boy." The earthy culture of the Midwest was instilled at an early age and Roger's farm art reflects that influence.
The artist, having lived in Wyoming for several years, currently paints western and cowboy subject matter. Yet his appreciation for his country upbringing will always remain with him and he looks forward to depicting scenes that look back upon that farming heritage.
Roger, at present, works out of an isolated cow camp in the Big Horn Mountains, cowboying through the summer, and as a carpenter during the winter. He and his wife, Sameta, and their children, Ross and Hannah, live in Sheridan, Wyoming.