oil paintings by artist Roger Goode

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Screens from new Roger Goode Fine Art website

It's time to move on…

I've been building and managing websites for over a decade—including my own—but the time and effort involved has become far too much of a distraction from my primary interest… Painting. So the time has come to simplify and focus on my passion.

I've just launched a brand new site to showcase and sell my artwork: Roger Goode Fine Art. The new site is simple, clean, and most importantly… easier for me to manage. So I will be able to post new work more easily, and spend more tme where I belong… in the studio.

My current site will remain online here at GoodeGallery.com for the near future, but will eventualy redirect to the new location as well. 

So I hope you will join me there, add https://www.rogergoodefineart.com to your bokmarks, and stay in touch with me as I create new work. 

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