With the resurgence of Cincinnati’s Rookwood Pottery comes a growing interest in existing Rookwood works, whether individual pieces or in-home tiling. The expert in all things Rookwood is Riley Humler from the firmHumler & Nolan and he’s in the studio talking with our Stuart Holman.
Cincinnati’s acclaimed Rookwood Pottery recently named artist Roy Robinson to the position of Director of Creative Development where he’ll be responsible for the development and design of special commissions, gifts, retail products and one-of-a-kind pieces. Our Stuart Holman talks with Roy Robinson about this new position, what brought him to Rookwood, and the newly created beer stein for downtown’s Horseshoe Casino.
If you are looking for some truly Cincinnati holiday gifts, you might want to check out Rookwood Pottery’s upcoming open house on November 17 and 18. Rookwood’s Art Director Allan Nairn and CEO Martin Wade join Frank Johnson to talk about some of the new items that will be available for this holiday, including tree ornaments and unique vases.