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Phil Rogers

My work is a synthesis of various influences….Korean pots from the 15th and 16th centuries, the European mediaeval tradition, German salt glaze, American colonial stoneware, certain Japanese kilns and later, but still early, studio ceramics.

My recent work has concentrated on my two chamber wood kiln but I also use a large, downdraught oil fired kiln. My salt kiln is currently ‘resting’.

A past council member and Chair of the CPA I am also a member of the International Academy of Ceramics and the Royal Cambrian Academy. I am a trustee of the Craft Potters Charitable Trust and the Adopt a Potter Charity.

My work is held within the permanent collections of more than 50 museums across the world including the Victoria and Albert, The Boston Museum of Fine Art, the Detroit Institute of Art, The National Museum of Wales, The International Museum of Folk Art, Santa Fe and the Museums of Modern Ceramics in Mino and Mashiko, Japan.

I have written four books on various aspects of ceramics with a fifth book to include a new DVD is currently in production and will be published by the Goldmark Gallery.

craft&design Selected Gold Award Winner 2011
craft&design Selected Maker of the Year 2011
craft&design Selected Gold Award Winner 2013
 
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