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Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.


Ceramic Review Issue 301

January/February 2020

Ceramic Review Issue 190

Jul / Aug 2001

Contents...
preview:
Work in Progress

Sue Paraskeva's recent work

potter:
Points of Departure
- Tessa Peters

Steve Buck's diverse handbuilding

potter:
Soft Focus
- Josie Walter

Ruthanne Tudball's soda-glazed tablewares

opinion:
On Jumping Ship
- Linda John

Exploring the definitions of art and craft

focus:
Metamorphosis
- Victoria Eden

A modern slipware exhibition

reputations:
Making a Difference
- Kate McIntyre

Philip Hughes, the man behind Ruthin Craft Centre

exhibition:
Monsters and Goblins
- John Henshall

The fantasy work of Blanche Georgiana Vulliamy

heritage:
Farnham Pottery
- Denise Todd, David Graham

Restoring a Victorian country pottery

international:
Addition and Subtraction
- Sara Hakkert

Israeli potter Hilda Merom's saggar-fired vessels

sculpture:
Souvenirs from the Outside
- Gregor White

Stephen Bird's folk art ceramics

education:
Wonderwall
- Hannah FitzGibbon

A nursery school's ambitious project

potter:
Figures of Fun
- Nicholas Lees

Jude Jelf's exploration of the body

glazes:
Reduced Lustre
- Pauline Monkcom

Detailed advice for special effects in electric kilns

technical:
User-friendly Glazes
- Tony Stevens

Ways to make glazes easier to use

a potter's day:
Anna Usborne
- Anna Usborne

Working in Madrid, Spain

revelations:
Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl

Jerwood Judge answers 20 questions