BORN: October 31, 1949 Hazelton, Pennsylvania

EDUCATION: Bachelor of Arts – University of Maryland, 1971
Master of Fine Arts – University of Maryland, 1977

SPECIAL EXHIBITION:  APRIL 3,4,5,  THE Painted Boy Art Fair,  LGBT CENTER,  208 W. 13th St., NY


One Person Show Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis MA

1998 Museum exhibition at the Sakai City Museum in Japan in an American and Japanese group exhibition.


2004. Butler Hospital ADI Unit. Sunset Mural ~ over 30 feet long.

2004. Butler psychiatric hospital under the auspices of Kathryn Duff studio of Art and Architecture. The painting of the Mural is a gift to Butler Hospital by the president emeritus of Fleet Bank.

2002. Mattapoisett Laundromat under the auspices of Kathryn Duff studio of Art and architecture.


2008.Conwell Gallery, 14 Standish Street, Provincetown, MA. (shown exclusively for the entire summer).

2007. Conwell Gallery, 14 Conwell Street, Provincetown, MA

2006. Little Gorgeous Things, 359 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA

2005. Little Gorgeous Things, 359 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA

2004. One person exhibit Little Gorgeous Things, 359 Commercial St. Provincetown MA

1997. Rising Tide Gallery, 495 Commercial St., Provincetown, MA.

1995. Rising Tide Gallery, 495 Commercial St., Provincetown, MA.

1994. Facets Gallery, 386 Kilburn ST. Fall River, MA.

1993. Rising Tide Gallery, 495 Commercial St., Provincetown, MA.

1993. Facets Gallery, 386 Kilburn ST. Fall River, MA.

1991. Digital Underground Gallery, Paintings of the Human Condition, 5th and South Street, Philadelphia, PA.

1991. Rising Tide Gallery, 465 Commercial St., Provincetown, MA.

1989. Phoenix Gallery, 320 Commercial St. Provincetown, MA.

1988. Ana Izax Gallery, 421 N. Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA.

1986. Zoe Gallery, 311 Newbury St., Boston, MA.


2002. Davis gallery, Rt.6, Wellfleet, MA

1998. 2000. Cortland Jessup Gallery, 432 Commercial ST. Provincetown

1977. 1985. Annually. Provincetown Group Gallery, Provincetown, MA.

1975. Punk Gallery, University of Maryland.


1994. Gallery X, New Works, 58 Spring St. New Bedford, MA.


2005. Heavenly Bodies, Little Gorgeous Things, 359 Commercial St Provincetown MA

2004. Woof! Art of the male nude, Little Gorgeous Things, 359 Commercial St. Provincetown MA

2004. On line Gallery, Lyman-Eyer gallery, 237 Commercial St. Provincetown Ma.

2003. Davis Gallery, Rt. 6 Wellfleet, MA

2003. Thanassi Gallery, Commercial St. Provincetown MA

1999. Featherstone Meetinghouse for the Arts Martha’s Vineyard

1998. Cortland Gessup Gallery, Broadway, New York

1997. Leslie-Lohman Gallery, 131 Prince St., New York, NY
Invitational IV Exhibition

1996, 1994, 1992, 1990. Rising Tide Gallery, Provincetown, MA.

1996. Bakker Gallery, Newbury St. Boston, MA.

1993. Grove Street Gallery, Grove St. Worcester, MA.

1993. Gallery X, Winter Show, 58 Spring St., New Bedford, MA

1993. Gallery X, A Public Hanging, 58 Spring St., New Bedford, MA.

1993. Leslie-Lohman Gallery, 131 Prince St., New York, NY
Gay Art in America – March, Group Show – June.

1992. Gallery X Invitational, New Bedford, MBA.

1992. Opera Gallery, 167 Commercial St., Provincetown

1988. Chandler Gallery, Wellfleet, MA.

1988. Ivey Gallery, La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA.

1985. Barnstable County Tercentenary Exhibition, Duxbury, MA.

1984. Falmouth Art Guild Invitational, Falmouth, MA.

1983. Grove Street Gallery, A Different Kind of Peace – an artistic response to the horror of war and nuclear arms, Grove St., Worcester, MA.

1982. Art of This Century Show, New Jersey.

1981. Boston Visual Artist’s Union Open Show, Boston, MA.

1980. Art of Our Time, Tappan, NJ.

1977. Master of Fine Arts Thesis Show, University of Maryland.

Provincetown Art Association and Museum:
1996. Members Juried show
1993. What Members Collect Exhibition
1990. Winter Solstice, Four Person Invitational
1991, 1989, 1978. Group Show. Provincetown Art Association and Museum (cont.):
1987. Young Artist Show. Jurors of the exhibition: Lennart Anderson, Giorgio Cavallon, and Paul Resika.
1985. Four person Show
1984. Young Artist Show. Jurors of the exhibition: Sigue Spence, Associate Director of the Nancy Hoffman Gallery, Ted Spagna, photographer and film maker, Karen Carson, artist.
1984. Members’ Juried Show, Jurors: Leo Manso and Varuja Boghosian.
1984. Trustee Invitational.
1979. Young Hot Property show.


A&U magazine. October 2002
Portrait of the artist. Provincetown Magazine 2001
Cape Cod Times. Michael Rogovsky’s artwork cannot go unnoticed
American Artist Magazine. June 1999
Boston Globe. July 1999
Cape Cod Times. July 1999
The Banner. July, 1999
Provincetown Advocate.1997
The Provincetown Advocate 1997
Cape Cod Times. July 1995.

Painting the Impressionist Landscape, by Lois Griffel 1994 includes reproduction of my landscape painting “Rain”.

Cape Codder Newspaper, interview by K.C. Myers, 1993.

Euros Magazine no. 16 (German) includes photograph of my painting “Military Man”.

Bay Windows Newspaper, Arts and Entertainment October 22, 1986 “I YAM WHAT I YAM”,….F. Ronald Fowler talks with Michael Rogovsky

Provincetown Magazine, 1985 interview by Rosalind Smith.

Provincetown Advocate Newspaper, 1984 interview by Michael Cunningham

Provincetown Advocate Newspaper, 1981 interview by Catherine Gammon

Provincetown Advocate Summer Guide, featured interview by Richard Hornack.


University of Maryland – University College Art Collection

Stedman Art Gallery at Rutgers University

Provincetown Art Association and Museum.
Private and Corporate Collections throughout the United States and Canada including:
Steven Rhinesmith, former ambassador to Russia
Dan sullivan, architect Private/Corporate Collections (cont.)
Al Gentle
Michael Brown
Martha Field, Harvard Professor of law
Dr. Lawrence Millhofer
Sam Radin
Tom Holton
Trish Zingaro
Mylan Costa
Material Defense Associates, Washington, D.C.
Jeannie Motherwell, New York, NY.
Norman Burwin,Esquire, New York and Ft. Lauderdale Fl.
Ernest Evans, Washington D.C. and Miami, Fl.
Dr. Paul Lariviere, Montreal, Canada

1998-1999 Master Drawing Class instructor at Castle Hill Truro Center for the Arts, Truro MA

Commentator and Interviewer for Lower Cape Arts, Channel 8, Cable Television, Hyannis, 1987

Trustee and Member of the Board of Directors of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, 1984-1986

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland, 1975-1977


1988. The paintings “Chatelaine” and “Wildebeest” were used on the set of the movie: Tricks of the Trade.

l987. Featured on one hour interview, Lower Cape Arts, Channel 8.

1979. Created over life size figures on banners which were used as sets for Provincetown Dance Company Performance.