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


Ceramic Review Issue 299

September/October 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 210

Nov / Dec 2004

Contents...
preview:
Moving Forward

Seven Irish potters flourish

profile:
A Fine Example
- Barley Roscoe

Barley Roscoe celebrates the life of Robin Tanner, a true supporter of the crafts

international:
Finnish Contemporaries
- Liz Mitchell

Kati Tuominen-Nittyl and Karin Widn's talk to Liz Mitchel

potters:
Dead Ends and Possibilities
- Alison Britton

New work from Martin Lungley and Ashley Howard

potter:
Now and Then
- Simon Olding

Pattern and texture in the work of Gary Wood

student/survey:
Art School 2004

This year's new talent

student/profile:
Inside Out
- Elly Wall

Fragility and space

student/collective:
Open Studio
- Sarah-Jane Selwood

A studio with community spirit in Edinburgh

student/kiln:
Kiln Crew
- Jan Edwards

Building kilns at the summer fairs

international:
Keramika Kunstat
- Mirka Golden-Hann

A tour of a contemporary Czech pottery

potters:
A Continuing Tradition
- Ruth Barrett-Danes

Six generations of potters

profile:
Luminous Flux
- Shane Record

Sean Lucas's light sculptures

perspective:
Artists' Communities
- Brigid Howarth

Taking a break from the studio

review:
Ceramics from Islamic Lands
- Alan Caiger-Smith

A handsome new book by Oliver Watson

technical/glaze:
The Temmoku Glaze
- Frank Hamer

Its history and chemistry explained

a potter's day:
Jerry Coleman
- Jerry Coleman

Potting in France

revelations:
Jude Jelfs
- Jude Jelfs

Ceramic sculptor and event organiser