Outer Banks-Inspired NC Artist Featured on ‘Treehouse Masters’ [Video]
Noted artist Teresa Cole Rogers, formerly of Plymouth, North Carolina, who now resides in Wilmington, has created a unique glass window painting that will be featured on the upcoming Season 10 premiere episode of the Animal Planet series Treehouse Masters, and OBX Entertainment has an exclusive interview with Rogers about her experience and her art.
In the episode, entitled “Double Treehouse Extravaganza”, a couple wants a treehouse inspired by a children’s book with a grown-up twist, and at the same time, the team builds a whimsical, Tudor-style theatre treehouse.
This episode premieres this Friday, Jan. 5 on the Animal Planet network at 8pm. It will replay again later that night at 11pm and also at 3am(EST) the following morning.
Animal Planet can be found locally on channel 49 on the Charter/Spectrum cable system on the Outer Banks, where Ms. Rogers has many of her art works displayed in local shops, restaurants, and motels.
Rogers’ glass window painting to be featured on the show (pictured below) depicts the iconic comedy and tragedy masks of classical drama hanging in trees, to compliment the couples’ desired Shakespearean theme.
You can watch our exclusive interview with Teresa Cole Rogers in the video below!
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