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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 238

Jul / Aug 2009

Contents...
preview:
Group Practice

Vanguard Court Studios' at the Scottish Gallery

potter:
Dreams & Visions
- Natasha Mayo

Natasha Mayo explores the narrative aspects of Linda Kieft's figures

international:
Performance Pieces
- Jack Troy

US potter Jack Troy extols the pleasure of making and using pitchers

international:
Elemental Pots
- Giles Sutherland

Giles Sutherland profiles the life and work of late Danish potter Gutte Erikson

international:
Living History
- Simon Martin

Simon Martin visits Shozo Michikawa- the highlight of his recent trip to Japan

international:
Paradox in Form
- Vivian Goldstein

Vivian Goldstein gives her interpretation of Tony Moore's sculptural work

potter:
Studio Wagon
- Gillian Turner

Gillian Turner enjoys the strong contrasts in the work and life of Nici Ruggiero

technical:
Leaf Resist Techniques
- Gordon Cooke

Gordon Cooke captures the quality of leaves in surface decoration

kilns:
Great Results with Electric Kilns
- John Hesselberth

John Hesselberth advises on firing methods

groundings:
Glazing with Glass
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey investigates the use of glass as a decorative medium

potter's day:
A Potter's Coast
- Teena Gould

Teena Gould discusses her new body of work titled ‘Costal Ceramics', which was inspired by a two hundred mile walk along the Welsh coastal paths of Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthen.

off centre:
Off-Centre
- Emma Shaw

Inspired by the exhibition ‘The Unexpected' at the Stedelijk Museum, ‘S-hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, Emma Shaw argues that ceramics are finding a new place in the art world