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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 230

Mar / Apr 2008

Contents...
preview:
Still Alive

Jacob Van der Beugel at Contemporary Applied Arts, London

potter:
Raku Alchemy
- David Jones

David Jones explores the philosophy of American-style raku

potter:
Creative Journeys

Raku vessels that draw inspiration from nature and Japanese culture

potter:
Colourful Raku

Andrew Mason reveals his abiding passion

potter:
This Little Piggy...
- Caroline Wheater

Smoke-fired clay animals by Delyth Jones

Raku:
Flame, Smoke, Clay, Glaze
- Morgan Pitelka

Morgan Pitelka delves into the history and practice of raku

potter:
A Journey in Hindsight

Working as both painter and potter

opening doors:
Creative Development

Jon Lawrence reports on the benefits of exhibiting at high-profile events

potter:
Group Dynamics
- Carolyn Genders

Carolyn Genders explores the work of ceramist Maggie Williams

potter:
Breaking Free
- Juliet Highet

Juliet Highet admires Carolinda Tolstoy's exquisitely decorated forms

exhibition:
Fusing Cultural Tradition
- Elaine Levin

American culture is expressed by Asian artists in Voices from the Pacific Rim

historical:
Romano-British Kiln
- Shirley Shiner

Shirley Shiner reports on building and firing a replica kiln at Liss Roman Villa site

potter:
The Pleasure of Pottery
- Brinda Gill

Brinda Gill meets distinguished Indian potter Nirmala Patwardhan

glaze:
Naked Raku

John Evans exposes the secrets of glaze resist raku firing

clay:
Clay Bodies
- Oelof Heckroodt

Oelof Heckroodt outlines the make-up of clay bodies

groundings:
Fine Tuning Glaze Tests
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey outlines systemic methods for testing glazes

a potter's day:
A Potter's Thought

Michael Kay reflects on why he is a potter

off centre:
Off Centre
- Helen Bevis

Helen Bevis calls for incisive journalism- less spouting and more spouts