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


Ceramic Review Issue 298

July/August 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 224

Mar / Apr 2007

Contents...
preview:
Celebrating the Jug
- David Whiting

The Jug Show at Galerie Besson, London

review feature:
Bridges of Clay

Australia and China meet in Innovative Ceramics

potter:
Fired Earth

Clay, wood and fire

potter:
In the Flesh
- D Wood

Mortal truths are hidden behind Bonnie Seeman's genteel forms

potter:
At Play
- Edmund de Waal

Edmund de Wall explores Sun Kim's pots

focus:
Power to the Imagination
- Robert James Turner

The challenging relationship between surrealism and ceramics

focus:
Of the Earth

Hidden treasures are discovered at the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden

graduate:
Opening Doors

Lara Yvonne Gilbert outlines her experiences since graduating

potter:
Bridging Two Worlds

Garth Clark is inspired by Diego Romero's graphic imagery

potter:
Flamboyance and Flair

Mary Wondaraush marvels at Paul Young's decorative ware

potter:
End and Beginning

Simon Olding explores the crossover in Tony Hewitt's artistic career

heritage:
Kiln-building in Ecuador

Martha Stahlkopf builds kilns with the women potters of Ecuador

glaze:
Soda Lime Cullet

Keith Fraser investigates the use of cullet as a glaze and body ingredient

groundings:
Decorating Slips

Mike Bailey gives an introduction to making and using decorating slips

potter's day:
Martin Lungley

Martin Lungley shares his passion for throwing

off centre:
Judy Adams

Judy Admas gives her opinion on how to improve awareness of studio ceramics