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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 213

May / Jun 2005

Contents...
preview:
African Summer

Contemporary African ceramics at the Crafts Council

potter:
A Pioneering Spirit
- Josie Walter

Matthew Blakley's celadon glazed porcelain tableware

perspective:
Clay and Pity
- Nicholas Rena

Anthony Caro and the status of clay

international:
The Gulgong Connection
- Owen Rye

Australian pioneer studio potters, from Peter Rushforth to Janet Mansfield

profile:
New Model Artists
- Alison Mercer

Carole Windham's flatback figures depict art world celebrities

potter:
A Versatile Hand
- Penny Johnson

Mid-century tableware by Ludwig van der Straeten

project:
Ceramic as Canvas
- Paul Coldwell

Charlotte Hodes uses ceramics as subject and medium

potter:
Squaring the Circle
- Martina Heintke

Sam Hall's large scale, painterly pots

education:
Family Faces
- Matthew Sherrat

The National Portrait Gallery's ceramics project for schools

international:
Clay Deities
- Topham Vickers

Udai lal Kumhar's religious plaque making stems from ancient myth

technical/glaze:
Glazes from Ash and Clay
- Stanislaw Prokop

Methods for using local clays in ash glazes

potter's day:
Liz Emtage
- Liz Emtage

Liz Emtage's daily studio routine involves making and mentoring

revelations:
Sir Christopher Frayling

Sir Christopher Frayling, respected renaissance man, offers his thoughts on art, craft and design