The wooden sculptures represent ants, a praying mantis, a spider, a dragaon fly, and other bugs. Rogers says they are made out of red cedar and willow saplings.
"They've sort of amazed," said Rogers, "because we take these little creatures, these little multi-legged for granted and put them on that scale. And it's kind of role reversal of perspective and size. And I think the people just, they're a little bit whimsical to, you know. They have friendly faces. They're not scary. They're not sci-fi."
Rogers, who is from Long Island, New York, says this was the second time he has brought his art work to Owensboro. His first visit was in 2008.