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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 204

Nov / Dec 2003

Contents...
potter:
Fertile Ground
- Julia Beyer

An eight-month residency with exuberant potter Sandy Brown

potter:
Self Contained
- Julia Pitts

Christine Jones's elegant handbuilt vessels

perspective:
Identity Crisis
- Edmund de Waal

Postmodernism and ceramics, an extract from a new book

potter:
Empty Vessels
- Jane Hamlyn

New work brings a new attitude to function

potter:
On Crossing Over
- Geoffrey Eastop

Combining an artist's vision with crafts skills

potter:
Getting to This
- Eddie Curtis

Eddie Curtis and his wife Margaret progress from production pots to one-off vessels

survey:
Art School 2003

Annual picture survey

education:
Natural Selection
- Nicholas Lees

Current issues in high education and ceramics

preview:
Gothic Revival

CR previews Gothic Art for England 1400 - 1547 at the V&A

potter:
West Marshall
- Josie Walter

Elegant inlaid porcelain tablewares

profile:
Stone Muse
- Paul Donovan

On switching from painting to clay

marketing:
Fair Play
- Eddie Curtis

The role of potter's fairs in today's market

glaze:
Special Effects
- David Hewitt

An in-depth look at vanadium pentoxide

international:
Ceramic Park
- Jill Fanshawe Kato

A new museum dedicated to ceramics in Japan

revelations:
Moira Vincentelli
- Moira Vincentelli

Aberytswyth-based art historian

kilns:
Portable Sunlight
- Gary Watkins

How to build a portable raku kiln

technical:
Technical News

CR rounds up the latest news from industry and suppliers

a potter's day:
Margaret Crump
- Margaret Crump

Margaret Crump is the manager of Potters, the Bristol-based potter's collective