In the studio with Welsh potter Phil Rogers. He talks us through kneading clay and adding sand. Phil goes on to demonstrate how he throws a yunomi, a jug body and a bowl. He reveals the unorthodox way he throws tall vessels and how he begins to turn the foot ring at the end of […]
Phil Rogers demonstrates turning a foot ring on a leather hard yunomi and guinomi and talks about the importance of packing a kiln efficiently.
Phil Rogers shares his wealth of potting experience in this live demonstration at Goldmark Gallery. Here he explains the importance of learning to centre the bat and other objects on the wheel by knocking. He goes on to trim the bottom of a chawan, creates a footring and finishes by showing how to decorate by […]
Master potter Phil Rogers demonstrates how to throw a plate at the Goldmark Gallery. He explains the importance of knowing in advance what one is going to throw, centring and shows how to throw a lip that is supported and strong. Phil also touches on grog versus sand.
Phil Rogers gives a a live demonstration at Goldmark Gallery and throws a flattened vase. In conversation with the audience he talks about his 40 year love of throwing, what motivated his decision to add wood firing to his repertoire and the ‘memory’ of clay.
Phil Rogers at the Goldmark gallery demonstrates the throwing of a flattened bottle. He explains his preference for a distinct area to decorate rather than decorating in the round.
Phil Rogers delicately throws two of his trademark guinomi and demonstrates a considerable number of surface decoration techniques on the wheel.
Phil Rogers throws a paddled chawan in a live demonstration at Goldmark Gallery. He discusses the importance of form being in harmony with decoration and having the courage to push the clay to realise what you originally envisaged.
Phil Rogers gives a live demonstration at Goldmark Gallery. Here he throws several yunomi and explains the importance of making a decorative line lively and interesting.