FIRST WEDNESDAY PRESENTATION
Japanese Cloisonné from the Waynor and Laurie Rogers Collection
Learn about the history of cloisonné, production techniques, and the types of Japanese works in the Rogers’ collection.
Waynor and Laurie Rogers have generously donated numerous cloisonné pieces to Phoenix Art Museum. These will be highlighted by Waynor in a 45-minute PowerPoint presentation in Singer Hall at Phoenix Art Museum.
The Rogers, longtime collectors of Asian art, are members of the Asian Arts Council. Both spent several years in Asia where Waynor was a pilot in the Marine Corps and Laurie was an employee of Wang Laboratories.
TALK IS FREE with admission to the museum.
Please join us afterwards for lunch at Palette, the museum café ($18 including tax and tip).
Image: Vase with bird and flower motif in medallion, 1880-1917, cloisonné. Gift of Waynor and Laurie Rogers in honor of the museum’s 50th anniversary.