Rogers Family Arts & Crafts

This page is in course of construction. It will show work by Ken and Len Rogers, Georgina Lowbridge, Karen Lilley, Antonia Gardner, Sarah Arnett amongst others (links here to their own sites).

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Links on this page… Ken Rogers, Len Rogers, Karen Lilley, Antonia Gardner, Julian Rogers, The Future!

Portraits by Len Rogers

Len Rogers
Len Rogers
Portaits by Len Rogers
Portraits by Len Rogers
Portaits by Len Rogers
Portaits by Len Rogers
Portaits by Len Rogers

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Portraits by Ken Rogers

Ken Rogers and family.
Ken Rogers & family (Joan, Toni & Julian)
Portraits by Ken Rogers
Portraits by Ken Rogers

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Textile designs by Ken Rogers

Ken working on a textile design
Ken working on a design
Textile designs by Ken Rogers
Textile designs by Ken Rogers
Textile designs by Ken Rogers

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Floral pictures by Ken Rogers

Floral pictures by Ken Rogers
Floral picture by Ken Rogers

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Tha Army WWII – Ken Rogers

Routine…
Army life WWll
Army life WWll
Maps
Army maps WWll

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Travel posters

Travel posters
Travel posters
Travel posters
Travel posters

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More…

Clockwise from top left: “Circle Painting 1”, Len Rogers, lino cut by Ken Rogers, “Circle Painting 2”, Len Rogers, still life Joan Rogers.

Miscellaneous

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Work by Theo Rogers (age two)

Theo's (two year old) first major artwork
Portrait of Granddad”

Work by Tegan Rogers (nearly five years)

Lyra the Cat
Lyra says Hi”

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Pottery by Antonia (Toni) Gardner

Toni Gardner - potter
Toni Gardner
Pottery by Antonia Gardner

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Glass from Karen Lilley

Keren is multi-talented! Her soft toys are absolute perfection and she also produces excellent stained glass panels. She employs a wide range of techniques to produce her beautiful glass ware from her studio near Bristol.

Karen Lilley
Karen Lilley
Glass by Karen Lilley
Glass from Karen Lilley

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Miscellaneous crafts from yours truly

Rings

Clockwise from top left: 1) Silver, Art Nouveau inspired, 2) copper and brass, 3) copper and enamel, 4) silver. Semiprecious stones cut and polished for items 2 and 3.

A few om my rings

Five belts and buckles

Materials: leather, brass, copper and enamel. Bottom, heavy, 75 mm wide leather – almost sold to fairly well known (female) actor in early nineteen seventies. I priced it at £25 but it did not sell which was a bit of a disappointment as in those days, £25 would have kept me in beer and fags for a very long time! (I gave up cigarettes shortly after, probably no connection though).

Five belts & buckles - Julian Rogers

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Chinese style cabinet

I started this in the early nineteen seventies and finished it (at the time of writing) a few weeks ago! The dragons are laser cut and engraved (tech not available fifty years ago!)

Completed dragon doors

Clock

Clock inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The design on the face is acid-etched.

Clock by Julian Rogers

Acrylic box

“Black Hole” acrylic box. Flat pack design, all parts laser-cut.

"Black Hole Box" design

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