The following information was submitted in October of 2006 by Lee Grogan:
Robert Louis Grogan (born February 8, 1944, San Antonio, Texas)
Idaho artist Robert Grogan began studying painting full time in 1994, after living and working in Alaska for many years. He now calls Hailey, Idaho home, making frequent trips throughout the west and abroad while searching for painting subjects. In recent years, Robert has lived in South Africa for part of each year. He teaches week-long workshops at various locations around the country and abroad several times a year.
Alla Prima International, American Impressionist Society, National Museum of Wildlife Art, American Plains Artists, Scottsdale Artists' School, Oil Painters of America, CM Russell Museum, Plein Air Tucson Festival, Tubac Holiday Artists' Show.
American Impressionist Society Signature Member (President 2007-2009); Oil Painters of America, California Art Club (out of state member), Plein Air Painters of Idaho.
Periodicals where referenced:
Sun Valley Magazine, Summer/Fall 2006, " Artful Generosity" by Deb Gelet, pages 94-94;
Sun Valley Art Annual 2006, "Painter Shares Plein Air" by Deb Gelet, pages 12-17;
Call of the Wild, Publication of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, "Artist-in-Residence", p.13;
Homestead, Lifestyles of Jackson Hole, 2002/2003 edition, cover;
Boise Journal, Spring 2003, page 8;
Mountain Living, April 2003, "Sun Valley's Summer Secrets by Betsy Andrews, page 54;
Call of the Wild, Publication of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, "Plein Air Painting with Robert Grogan" page 4.