Australian by birth, Rose came to East Tennessee in 1985 by way of Japan and England. Four years later when Rose set out to build his own wood-fired kiln, it was the Japanese and English ceramic cultures — and the advice he received while visiting a Korean potter — that shaped the final structure. The kiln was completed in 1992, and Rose was ready to begin melding his past multi-cultural experiences with the traditions of Southern folk potters.
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