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Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 219

May / Jun 2006

Contents...
preview:
East Meets West

Japanese and British cultures mingle at the Brighton Festival

potter:
Aerial Landscapes
- James Beighton

James Beignton traces the geographical influences in Regina Heinz's new work

preview:
Two Potters: One Voice
- Judy Adams

Judy Adams admires new directions by Susan Disley and Angela Verdon

potter:
Impressions from Lolaland
- Jim Thomson

In Canada, Jim Thomson undergoes material experiments in such of the captive surface

potter:
Homage to Mankind
- David Garland

Timothy Wilcox finds quiet resolve and painterly poise in David Garland's recent pots

focus:
Sculptor and Figure
- Jo Dahn

Jo Dahn threads together contemporary trends in figurative ceramics

designer:
Ping-Pong
- Lesley Jackson

Lesley Jackson goes Head-to-head with the Dutch designer Hella Jongerius

preview:
The Art of Sevres

Ceramic Review previews a London exhibition of art porcelain from Sevres

potter:
The ‘What If' Factor
- Jim Robison

Jim Robison reflects on a fulfilling career with clay

potter:
Wonderlust
- Sarah James

RAMP's vivid tableware catches the approving eye of Sarah James

research:
Ceramic Lustre
- Alan Caiger-Smith

A conference on art and science in Italy offers intriguing discoveries for Alan Caiger-Smith

technical:
Ceramic Stains
- Mike Bailey, David Hewitt

David Hewitt and Mike Bailey demonstrate how to make your own stains

potter's day:
A Potter's Day
- Katie McBride

Kate McBride gets dressed up

revelations:
Revelations

Mike Goldmark trades questions for answers