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Ceramic Review Issue 299

September/October 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 203

Sep / Oct 2003

Contents...
profile:
Evolutionary Forces
- David Dewing

Peter Beard's new forms, surfaces and techniques

potter:
In Residence
- Simon Olding

Julie Ayton has a dual role as potter and teacher at Salisbury Art Centre

preview:
Domestic Affairs

CR takes a look at the functional ware on show at this October's Chelsea Crafts Fair

potter:
Modern Artefacts
- Peter Bodenham

Duncan Ayscough makes seductive sawdust-fired pots with terra sigillata surfaces and glowing gold interiors. Peter Bodenham goes to Wales to find out more

perspective:
Wonderland
- Nicholas Rena

Nicholas Rena interviews Richard Slee in anticipation of his forthcoming retrospective

workshop:
Trail Blazing
- Emma Maiden

A new gallery and workshop space in Bristol gives the perfect launch for six ambitious potters

reputations:
Turn Around
- Claudia Clare

How will the inclusion of pots in the prestigious Turner Prize affect the studio potter?

potter:
Private Pleasures
- Glen R Brown

Linda Arbuckle's colourful majolica tablewares

profile:
Claudi Cassonovas
- Anna Usborne

Anna Usborne travels to Spain to interview this ambitious sculptor intent on pushing clay to its limits

profile:
A Link Through Time
- Barbara Wakefield

Barbara Wakefield meets Margaret Rey, student of Staite Murray, along with Same Haile, at the RCA in the 1930s

glaze:
Testing Times
- David Hewitt, Michael Bailey

Mike Bailey and David Hewitt put a new glaze book to the test

technical:
Silver Service
- Gwen Bainbridge

Gwen Bainbridge explains how she combines silver with bone china

a potter's day:
Jean-Nicholas Gerard
- Viviane Hamon

Jean-Nicholas Gerard pots in France

revelations:
Edmund de Waal
- Edmund de Waal

The prolific potter and writer answers CR's 20 questions