Phil Rogers: Potter
Andrew L. Maske
Welsh born potter Phil Rogers lives on Cefn Faes Farm, where he has converted a stone cow house into his studio and built kilns in the old stables. He works with stoneware and uses three different kilns. His works are a wonderful combination of British, Korean and Japanese techniques and traditions. Rogers has done extensive traveling and lecturing on pottery, kiln-building, ash and salt glazing and has numerous books to his credit. His work is well represented in public collections in the United Kingdom and abroad, including a recent acquisition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Cleveland Art Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
2007 Pucker Art Publications and Syracuse University Press
Slip-cased hardcover measuring 10 ¾ x 8 ¼”
92 pages with full color images