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


Ceramic Review Issue 298

July/August 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 211

Jan / Feb 2005

Contents...
international:
Signs of Sight
- Ted Snell

Pippin Drysdale's vessels are vivid evocations of the Australian landscape

reputations:
Crafting the Future
- Margot Coatts

Edward King, Director of the Lakeland Arts Trust, discusses his work at Blackwell, the Arts and Crafts House in Cumbria

profile:
Remix
- Emmanuel Cooper

The sculptural ceramics of Halima Cassell bring together different strands of Islamic art, carved in deep relief

potter:
Pots Not Pills
- Jonathan Keep

Working with patients in local surgeries took Jonathan Keep into new territory

potter:
Joanna Still
- Simon Olding

Simon Olding admires Joanna Still's innovative approach to making tablewares

survey:
Rediscovered Beauty
- Alex McErlain

Terracotta architecture is currently experiencing a renaissance

profile:
Ocean Light
- David Bromfield

David Bromfield finds beauty in Angela Mellor's use of light in her bone china designs

student/survey:
Setting Out 2005

New graduate work at Contemporary Ceramics in London

living tradition:
Changing Times
- Jane Gibson

In Bahla, Oman, potters are turning away from traditional techniques to industrial processes

glaze:
Flambe Magic
- John Britt

Investigating the formation of crystals in the glaze slop which cause unexpected decorative effects

potter:
The Archaeologist Potter
- Andrew Appleby

From the Orkneys to South West France, Andrew Appleby explores ancient clay pits and recreates Neolithic kilns

preview:
Far and Wide

International stars at Collect

technical:
Radioactive Pots
- Brian Bowley

No cause for alarm

a potter's day:
Mike Eden
- Michael Eden

Working live online from the Lake District

revelations:
Claire West

Director of Artistic Programming and Information at the Crafts Council