(1922 - 2003)
Sulton Rogers was active/lived in Mississippi. Sulton Rogers is known for folk carver-fanciful images, religion.
Biography Sulton Rogers
Sulton Rogers (1922-2003), whose first name is often misspelled as "Sultan," was a Mississippi folk artist noted for his fanciful, grotesque, and occasionally erotic woodcarvings. Rogers was born and raised in Oxford, Mississippi in 1922. He was taught wood carving by his father when he was 13.
Rogers' notoriety as an artist only came about after his retirement. In his early years, he joined the army, traveled the United States, and in 1952, settled in Syracuse, New York. He worked as a carpenter, a trade he also learned from his father, and retired from Allied Chemical in 1984. He began carving at Allied Chemical while on the night shift as a means of occupying his time and delighting his coworkers with his unusual creations.
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