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


Ceramic Review Issue 296

March/April 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 222

Nov / Dec 2006

Contents...
preview:
All the Glitters

A treasure trove of delights in Scotland

potter:
Subversive Beauty
- Fleur Lobascher

Fleur Lobascher explores Gareth Mason's sensual ceramics

review:
Ceramics at the Royal Academy
- Claudia Clare

Claudia Clare surveys this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy

potter:
Beautifully Imperfect
- Emma Clegg

Emma Clegg explores Lisa Hammond's shino and soda-fired stoneware

review:
How and Why
- Nigel Wood

Nigel Wood applauds a comprehensive new book

student/survey:
Ceramics at Art School 2006

Ceramic REview's annual survey of work from UK ceramic graduates

student/profile:
The Next Step

Spotlight on emerging ceramicists Rachel Holian and Jasmin Rowlandson

potter:
The Romance of Celadon
- David Jones

David Jones reflects on the celadon-glazed ceramics of Fritz Rossman

international:
Hot House
- Peter Wilson

Peter Wilson discovers paradoxical qualities in Ying-Yeugh Chuang's work

focus:
New Trends in Clay
- Rob Barnard

Rob Barnard detects a new spirit of enquiry at SOFA 2006 New York

profile:
A Big Adventure

Tae-Lim Ree traces the development of his work

technical:
Firing In
- Michael Bailey

Lustre glazing and firing

technical:
From the Ground Up

Australian Steve Harrison creates wood-fired porcelain from local materials

a potter's day:
Hannah Bennett

With a fluttering pulse Hannah Bennett opens the kiln door

revelations:
Saffron Wynne