Jason Rogalski is a widely accomplished artist who explores into many mediums. After years of studying conceptual art at the acclaimed San Francisco Art Institute, he moved to Baja California, Mexico. While living there four years, he dove into the culture. Donating murals and teaching free art classes in the elementary schools.
After the birth of his 1st son, he left Mexico to gain his Masters in Education and formal teaching credentials. Rogalski now in his seventh year teaching art & science with Julian Charter School.
While he teaches, he is also a prolific artist who exhibits regularly. Last year his art project, Urban Succession was shown at the Oceanside Museum of Art, and this year he is the Artist in Residence for The Cabrillo National Monument.