Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.
Nicholas Lees has spent decades refining research-led processes to create dynamic and innovative sculptures. Annie Le Santo spoke to him to find out more
As a new exhibition of Gillian Lowndes work opens at the Holburne Museum, Beth Williamson examines her practice and place in the history of British ceramics
The potter takes us through the processes and techniques he uses to make a faceted bowl and sgraffito-drawn platter
A passion for colour and craftsmanship is evident in Natalie Bell’s slip-cast forms. She tells us more about her journey so far.
The potter Tom Knowles Jackson takes us through the processes and techniques he uses to make a scalloped and faceted dish for issue 325 of Ceramic Review
Winner of the Ceramic Review Initiative Award at New Designers 2023, Claudia Barreira tells us more about how her background in the culinary arts has influenced her practice
Danish ceramic artist Bodil Manz is recognised for her light-enhancing, paper-thin cylinders. Now in her 80th year, Natalie Baerselman le Gros honours her career
The ceramicist demonstrates how she throws a bellied form and decorates one of her Daisy vessels using paper resist
Design duo Marée and Paul Allitt share a love of form, pattern and colour. They explain how they collaborate and make their mid-century inspired ceramics
The potter takes us through the processes and techniques he uses to throw, alter and glaze his coastal-inspired pieces
Lise Herud Braten’s organic way of working has resulted in dramatic sculptural forms. She talks to Jane Audas about her journey from cloth to clay
Ceramic pines made by artisans in Mexico have become a passion for the interior design duo behind Objekti. Jane Audas discovers more