Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.
New Designers presents the work of 3,000 hand-picked graduate design talents, exploring every corner of design from around the UK. Here we find out more about ceramic artist Cicely Peers who is featured in the showcase
RCA graduate Gerald Mak creates vessels, sculptures and tiles decorated with motifs drawn from his surroundings and popular culture. He tells us more about the thought processes behind them
Specialising in sgraffito, ceramicist Tiffany Scull, takes us step-by-step through the processes she uses to create one of her Moor fish vessels
Victoria Claire Dawes creates slipware pottery infused with familiar family connections and her ideas about nostalgia. CR’s Annie Le Santo spoke to her to find out more
Neil Brownsword, winner of the Whitegold Prize Quartz Award has created new artworks currently on display in two locations in St Austell. Dr Katie Bunnell, curator of the Prize, explains more
Mike Dodd’s practice represents not only his years as a dedicated maker, but the materials and environment that have harmonised to produce his distinctive pots. Alex McErlain explains more
The ceramicist takes us through the processes she uses to create one of her large wheel-thrown porcelain vases, which she makes in two parts and joins
Ceramic artist Richard St John Heeley draws on Eastern traditions to create his blue and white porcelain pieces. Here he discusses how pots by Bernard Leach and Tomimoto Kenkichi influenced his practice
Raquel Acosta has dedicated her creative practice to developing a wide range of glazes for the surfaces of her functional ceramics. Here she shares the recipe for her subtle lilac crackle glaze
Ceramic artist Helen Beard takes us step-by-step through the unique decorating process she uses on her thrown pieces
Ten female ceramists whose work has changed perception of modern studio ceramics are the focus of a new exhibition at Oxford Ceramics Gallery. Could this show, asks Sue Herdman, spur more in the same vein?
Ceramic artist Ikuko Iwamoto has been experimenting in porcelain since training under a ceramic master in Japan. Jane Audas discovers more about her practice, which encompasses both tableware and abstract sculptural works