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


Ceramic Review Issue 300

November/December 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 209

Sep / Oct 2004

Contents...
preview:
Jim Malone

New pots on show

potter:
To Have and to Hold
- Emma Clegg

London-based painter-turned-potter, Nicola Tassie

profile:
An Alternative Voice
- Claudia Clare

The politically charged ceramics of Stephen Dixon

reputations:
Truth, Beauty and Power
- Emmanuel Cooper

Christopher Dresser, pioneering C19th designer

perspective:
From Gauguin to Gormley
- Edward Lucie-Smith

The Tate exhibition, A Secret History of Clay

preview:
Chelsea at Twenty-five

Chelsea Crafts Fair 2004

potter:
Information Overload
- Kate McIntyre

Plastic robots, punk and the ceramics of Andy Shaw

potters:
Raising the Standard
- Janet Hamer

South Wales Potters celebrate their 40th year

installation:
Anatomy of Exiles
- Emma Summers

Multimedia installation

education:
Character Building
- Micky Ferris

Jane Muir inspires a group of school children in Belfast

perspective:
Surface Detail
- Erica Gordon

Textures in clay

technical/glaze:
Ash Glaze Research 2
- Carol Metcalfe

An in-depth study follows on from CR202

revelations:
David Binch
- David Binch

Owner of the Oakwood Gallery

a potter's day:
Keith Munro
- Keith Munro

From Wales to France and New York