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


Ceramic Review Issue 299

September/October 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 232

Jul / Aug 2008

Contents...
preview:
Floating Stones

Floating Stones at the Watermill Gallery, Scotland

Iinternational:
Jumping with Tradition
- Xiaoyi Chen

Xiaoyi Chen investigates Xing Liang Kun's three-dimensional glazes

potter:
Conflict Ceramics
- Robert Hunter

Robert Hunter investigates Michelle Erickson's socially reflective work

potter:
Topographies
- Jenny Whitmore

Jenny Whitmore discovers how Carolyn Gender's surrounds inspire her work

collaborations:
A Tale of the Unexpected
- Helen Bevis

Helen Bevis reveals how opposites can attract when working collaboratively

exhibition:
A Secret History
- Inga Walton

Inga Walton explores five contemporary responses to blue and white ceramics

travel:
Made in China
- Carol Ventura

Carol Ventura reports on the traditional wares produced in China

kilns:
Anagama Anticipation
- Barbara Rizza Mellin

Barbara Rizza Mellin observes the unpacking of Chris Gustin's kiln

groundings:
Opacifying the Glaze
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey makes opaque white stoneware glazes

glaze:
The Magic of Soluble Salts
- Gary Holt

Gary Holt reports on his experiments with metal salts

a potter's day:
A Potter's Open House

Sylph Baier opens her house to the public for the Brighton Festival

off centre:
Off-Centre

Potter or Ceramic Artist? Lisa Hammond sets the record straight

potter:
Market Forces
- Bonnie Kemske

Jonathan Keep makes objects to enjoy as well as enhance the eating experience

international:
Still Life, Still Lives
- Edmund de Waal

Edmund de Waal ponders Michael Geertsen's ceramic assemblages