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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 197

Sep / Oct 2002

Contents...
preview:
Domestic Bliss

The graphic and colourful post-war tiles of Peggy Angus

potter:
Opening Up
- Sally Boyle

An interview with Takeshi Yasuda

reputations:
A New Audience for Craft
- Kate McIntyre

Louise Taylor, new Director of the Crafts Council

review:
Slee Selects
- Alun Graves

See the world through the eyes of Richard Slee

international:
Slip into Action

An exhibition of work from Holland's EKWC comes to the UK

sculptor:
Heatwork
- Jeffrey Jones

Cecile Johnson Soliz's perceptive use of ceramics as heat conductor

international:
Contemporary Dutch Ceramics
- Emmanuel Cooper

Contemporary Dutch Ceramics at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen

perspective:
An Abstract Art
- Walter Keeler

Walter Keeler on fine art and functional pottery

profile:
Significant Space
- Liz Mitchell

Felicity Aylieff's solo at the new Manchester Art Gallery

perspective:
Making History

A potter's appreciation of time

potter:
Putting Life in Clay
- Alex McErlain

The solid conviction behind Edward Hughes's pots

glaze:
China Red - New Findings
- Erich Hofer

Copper red glazes with silicon carbide

education:
Learning Curve
- Christine Derry

Large scale sculpture at a school in Wimbledon

technical:
Firing a Gas Kiln
- David Coggins

Oxidising and reducing in a gas kiln

a potter's day:
Louise Darby
- Louise Darby

Louise Darby pots in Straford upon Avon

revelations:
Andrew McIntosh Patrick
- Andrew McIntosh Patrick

CR's twenty questions