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


Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 191

Sep / Oct 2001

Contents...
preview:
A Sense of Place
- Julian Stair

Issues surrounding a new body of work

potter:
Measure for Measure
- Tony Franks

Sarah-Jane Selwood's new constructed vessels

perspective:
The Nature of the Beast
- Tanya Harrod

An overview of the Jerwood Prize

reputations:
Quiet Revolution
- Emmanuel Cooper

Wedgwood, the industrial giant, looks forward

potter:
Positive Image
- Kevin Petrie

Step by step water-based transfer printing

profile:
Waterscapes
- Katy Bevan

The inspiration behind Annie Turner's haunting sculptures

education:
The Future of Skill
- Martin Lungley

Continuing the debate on the teaching of core skills

living tradition:
Voodoo Pottery
- Keith Nicklin

West African ceramic sculpture

focus:
Fireworks
- Jo Dahn

The working relationship of a Cardiff-based collective

potter:
Potter's Progress
- Alex Hunter

Amateur to professional in one year

workshop/kiln:
The Kiln as Architecture
- David Herrold

The kiln as aesthetic and practical creation

surface:
Super-refined Terra Sigillata
- Vince Pitelka

The finer details to achieve perfection

technical:
Clay Update
- Ray Silverman

Mixing clay bodies for texture

technical:
High tech news from Japan
- Stuart Griffin

Industrial developments in Japan

a potter's day:
Linda Christianson

Wood-fired pots in Minnesota USA

revelations:
Philip Eglin
- Philip Eglin

Jerwood prize-winning potter from 1995