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Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 207

May / Jun 2004

Contents...
preview:
A Secret History of Clay

A Secret History of Clay at Tate Liverpool

potter:
Stephen Parry
- Stephen Parry, Paul McAllister

Wood-fired pots for the table

reputations:
The Crafts Commissioner
- Kate McIntyre

Simon Olding is the man at the helm of the Crafts Study Centre

potter:
The Rightness of Form
- Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

Thoughtful words on her serene installations

exhibition:
Points in Time
- Ruthanne Tudball

Andy Glass's explosive ceramics

production:
Old and New
- Rosemary Cochrane

Alistair Young's quest to reproduce Doulton's C19th saltglaze art wards

exhibition:
Face to Face
- Roswitha Schild

Figurative ceramics on show in Switzerland

potter:
Caribbean Success
- Susan A Bartlett

Goldie Spieler's adventures in Barbados

potter:
The Stuff of Life
- Emma Maiden

Jitka Palmer's painterly pots

glaze:
In the Pink
- Linda Bloomfield

Pink glazes in the electric kiln

heritage:
Terracotta Temples
- Jane Perryman

The terracotta treasures of Bishnapur, West Bengal, India

technical:
Feldspar Facts
- Andrew Sugden

An in-depth look at this essential ingredient

a potter's day:
Sarah James
- Sarah James

From Bovey Tracey

revelations:
Walter Keeler

One of Britain's finest potters

perspective:
Worked to the Bones
- Jacqueline Yallop

Swiss jeweller Christoph Zellweger learns to love a new material