The ancient Chinese art of Nerikomi involves layering different coloured clays to create pattern and texture. Barbara Gittings takes us step-by-step through this fascinating process.
Yo Thom is a Japanese potter who started her ceramics career after moving to the UK to study art and design. Here she explains how looking back at historic Nezumi Shino pottery from her own culture inspires what she creates today
The Australian landscape of home is the inspirational touchstone for the exuberantly coloured work of Pippin Drysdale. Joanna Bird talks to the artist to find out about her formative influences and working practice, honed over 30 years
After winning the Ceramic Review Newcomer to Ceramic Art London Award in 2019, CR caught up with ceramic artist Lucas Ferreira to find out more about his inspiration and making process as he prepares for this year’s show
A love of historic Staffordshire slipware pottery inspired Hannah McAndrew to make pots of her own using similar techniques and materials. Here she explains where the influence originated from and how it has impacted on her making
Alison Thyra Grubb worked extensively with in-glaze lustres during her studies to create geometric forms with rich iridescent surfaces. She shares how her interest began along with the recipes for creating them
Artist and maker Katie Timson combines her passion for nature with her love of clay to create vessels and jewellery influenced by rocks, pebbles, eggshells and found objects. CR spoke to the emerging maker to find out more about her tactile organic pieces