Roger L. Davis
Roger L. Davis, of Highland, Utah, is a productive ceramist. A longtime faculty member at the Bountiful Art Center, Davis studied at the College of Eastern Utah in Price and then the University of Utah (1972-1976), where he earned both B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees working with Dorothy Bearnson. Davis is capable of great beauty in his chosen art form.
Biography courtesy Artists of Utah.
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