Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.
Sep / Oct 2003
Peter Beard's new forms, surfaces and techniques
Julie Ayton has a dual role as potter and teacher at Salisbury Art Centre
CR takes a look at the functional ware on show at this October's Chelsea Crafts Fair
Duncan Ayscough makes seductive sawdust-fired pots with terra sigillata surfaces and glowing gold interiors. Peter Bodenham goes to Wales to find out more
Nicholas Rena interviews Richard Slee in anticipation of his forthcoming retrospective
A new gallery and workshop space in Bristol gives the perfect launch for six ambitious potters
How will the inclusion of pots in the prestigious Turner Prize affect the studio potter?
Linda Arbuckle's colourful majolica tablewares
Anna Usborne travels to Spain to interview this ambitious sculptor intent on pushing clay to its limits
Barbara Wakefield meets Margaret Rey, student of Staite Murray, along with Same Haile, at the RCA in the 1930s
Mike Bailey and David Hewitt put a new glaze book to the test
Gwen Bainbridge explains how she combines silver with bone china
Jean-Nicholas Gerard pots in France
The prolific potter and writer answers CR's 20 questions