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


Ceramic Review Issue 299

September/October 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 202

Jul / Aug 2003

Contents...
potter:
Made to Measure
- Jeremy Steward

A look at the carefully constructed soda glazed and wood-fired tablewares of Petra Reynolds

potter:
Head Lines
- Pet Bennett

The ideas and methods of figurative sculptor Tony Bennett

reputations:
Part of the Language
- Jane Perryman

Carlin Gallery Contemporary Craft, Paris

potter:
Gilda Westermann
- Hannah Wingrave

Interview plus sequence, throwing a tall porcelain bottle

potter:
Don't Shoot. It's a Teapot!
- Steve Harrison

Tradition and invention work together in unpredictable ways

heritage:
Tale of the Fishley Plate
- Elizabeth Jones, Vivian Jones

An unusual journey unravelled

potter:
Layer upon Layer
- Susan Nemeth

Susan Nemeth's sequence reveals her approach to inlaid colour and pattern

report:
Frankfurt 2003
- Kristian Venalainen, Marcus Holmes

CR visits the world's largest trade fair for consumer goods

potter:
The Myth of Control
- Edmund de Waal

Australian potter Sandy Lockwood makes of softly textured tablewares

glaze:
Ash Glaze Research
- Carol Metcalfe

In-depth analysis for ash glaze enthusiasts

perspective:
Backwards and Forwards
- Ruthanne Tudball

Learning to throw backwards

technical:
Light and Shade
- Sophie White

Frederick Payne combines glass fibre with porcelain

review:
Philomena Pretsel
- James Beighton

New work reviewed

a potter's day:
Steph Black
- Steph Black
revelations:
Ann Linnemann

Danish potter and museum director

preview:
Demark on Tour
- Lori Kent

Group show in the USA