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Phil Rogers - A Passion for Pots

Item Code: DVD-CER-PR
Medium
66 minute documentary with over 2 hours of additional material
Date of Work
2009
Height (cm)
14
Width (cm)
12.5
Subject
Rogers, Phil
Base price $14
66 minute documentary with over 2 hours of additional material. This film follows Phil Rogers on trips to Japan and the USA and shows him making and firing pots in his native Wales. Over 2 hours of additional material show him throwing, glazing, firing and opening his kiln and also includes film of his visit to the Hamada Museum in Mashiko. 2 disc documentary.
Phil Rogers PortraitPhil Rogers was born in Newport, Gwent in 1951. He attended Newport and Swansea Colleges of Art and had originally intended to become a painter. While still at college in the early 1970s Rogers and a friend taught themselves to throw. Their only guidance came from Bernard Leach’s A Potter’s Book and their throwing practice came in the form of competitions to see who could produce the biggest pot.

Rogers has written respected books on ash glazes, throwing techniques and salt glazing. He has run workshops and lectured all over the world, most notably in South Korea and the USA and his work is held in more than 50 museums worldwide. In 2011 Rogers won the prestigious Vasefinder International prize for the best vase in the world.
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