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Ceramic Review Issue 296

March/April 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 217

Jan / Feb 2006

Contents...
preview:
Winter Warmers

Works glazed with salt and soda offer compliments of the season in Scotland

perspective:
Strands of Tradition
- Lindsey Hoole

Oxford potter Lindsey Hoole finds satisfaction in pots for eating and drinking

focus:
Animal, Mineral, Crescent and Star
- Elaine Levin

Elaine Levin traces Islamic roots in contemporary majolica, looking at the work of some international artists

student/survey:
Setting Out 2006

Ceramic Review takes a look at new graduate work to be exhibited by the CPA

sculptor:
East and West
- Daniel Skelton

Pamela Leung's zoomorphic sculpture bears the stamp of Chinese tradition, says Daniel Skelton

potter:
Scarlet Fever
- Simon Olding

Simon Olding finds PAuline Zelinski's exuberant underglazes dazzling and authoritative

perspective:
Intellectual Challenge
- Shelley Wilson

Shelly Wilson issues a plea for ceramic artists to discuss the cerebral matter of their work

historical:
A Pioneer in Porcelain
- Nigel Wood

Nigel Wood is impressed by the genius of William Cookworthy, who perfected the science of hard past porcelain making in Britain

workshop:
Raku Magic
- Rosalie Dodds

Rosalie Dodds demonstrates some of her early experiments in firing raku

international:
Balance and Chaos
- Steve Irvine

Parallels between nature and creative process make an intriguing exploration for the Canadian potter Steve Irvine

education:
Learning the Craft
- James Cornwallis

The French apprentice system offered James Cornwallis a perfect introduction to production pottery

technical/kiln:
Walking the Dog Kiln
- Ian Gregory

Ian Gregory shows hot to make a portable kiln from a shopping trolly

potter's day:
Sara Moorhouse
- Sarah Moorhouse

Sara Moorhouse recounts a day spent at Fireworks Studios in Cardiff

revelations:
Annette Sloth
- Annette Sloth

Annette Sloth, owner of the gallery Puls Ceramics in Brussels, answers Ceramic Review's 20 Questions