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


Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 218

Mar / Apr 2006

Contents...
preview:
Hot Water

An exhibition of contemporary tea bowls

preview:
Ceramic Art London 2006

Ceramic Review looks ahead to this year's participants

perspective:
Living on a Perfect Planet
- Fredric Baas

Fredric Baas explores the philosophies and practice of British-born artist Maggi Giles

potter:
Graham Hudson
- Graham Hudson

Graham Hudson describes his experience of making functional tableware

international:
Industrial Intervention
- Glen R Brown

Marek Cecula experiments with mass products to make subversive one-offs

perspective:
Things of Nature Unknown
- Edith Garcia

Edith Barcia's fragmented figures resonate with inner feelings

reputations:
Alex Murdin
- Sarah James

The Director of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen talks to Sarah James

focus:
Ceramic Narratives
- Matthias Ostermann

Matthias Ostermann explores the history of story-telling in ceramics

focus:
Private View
- Amanda Fielding

Amanda Shaw visits the Anthony Shaw Collection

kilns:
Reading the Clues
- Christine Pederson

Christine Pederson joins a wood firing project in Canada

education:
On the Moor
- Charles Sinclair

A group of Devon school children take lessons from Nic Collins

glaze:
Rare Earth Oxides
- Linda Bloomfield

Linda Bloomfield explains how to achieve colourful glaze effects

technical:
Fungal Spores
- Geoff Warren

How to prevent respiratory illness by reducing fungal growth on clay

potter's day:
A Potter's Day
- Ed Bentley

Ed Bentley in Cumbria

revelations:
Revelations

Judith Miller offers wisdom on collectables