There is an age old spirit of collaboration among ceramic artists by which many still live. In the early 1900’s little was known in the western world about high fire ceramics until potters like Bernard Leach and many of his students went to study in the East. They brought back all they learned, adding to […]
Beginning to load for the last firing before heading to France! Loading the kiln always marks the end of a cycle and the beginning of a new one. Life is full of such cycles, and as always, the potter’s craft provides adept metaphors and life lessons. Firing dinnerware for Piripi, Zak and the Penningtons […]
Miami based ceramic artist and Chattanooga, Tennessee native Jeff Rogers is headed to the South of France for a three month residency and exhibition this summer. Beginning in May he will produce pieces of ceramic art collaboratively with fellow ceramic artists from the Langedoc region of France. This will culminate in an exhibition in July […]
Stay Tuned for new dinnerware patterns… From fine dining enthusiasts and gourmet chefs, to people who just want to bring beauty to meal time with family and friends, let us enhance your meal times with our always very custom hand made one of a kind dinnerware! !
In this short instructional video I go through the process of making a step one, a small cylinder, on the potters wheel. Also on the Jeff Rogers Pottery Youtube Channel is a step one practice session video which covers the same step one over and over for those students who would like to see it […]
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Jeff Rogers, a Miami-based potter, demonstrates how to throw a dinner plate on the wheel. These plates are for Zak the Baker’s cafe in the Wynwood Art District, Miami.