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


Ceramic Review Issue 301

January/February 2020

Ceramic Review Issue 240

Nov / Dec 2009

Contents...
preview:
Beyond Beauty

Magdalene Odundo at the Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool

graduate:
Ceramics at Art School 2009

Ceramic Review highlights the diverse range of UK graduate work

graduate:
Cutting It
- Leyla Folwell

Leyla Folwell recalls her ‘wild years' as a student at Loughborough University

graduate:
Edges, Boundaries, Resistance
- Brigit Connolly

RCA graduate Brigit Connolly explains her reasons for pursuing an MA

review feature:
Conflicts and Compromise
- Inga Walton

Inga Walton unravels the political references in the work of seven Chinese artists

potter:
Searching for Perfection
- Adam Buick

Adam Buick reveals his preoccupation with a single spherical form

collection:
Chinese Treasures
- Nigel Wood

Nigel Wood is impressed by the Percival David Collection's new home

international:
Odes on Grecian Urns
- D Wood

D Wood reports on Paul Maseyk's twenty-first century world pottery

education:
From Ancient Greece to Parsnips
- Jane Fairbairn

Jane Fairbairn reveals the joys of teaching private pottery classes

international:
Larger than Life

Ceramic Review explores American sculptor Viola Frey's monumental figures

technical:
Optical Illusions
- Mandy Cheng

Many Cheng makes a range of patterns using a layering technique

technical/glaze:
In-Glaze and Claypaste Reduced Lustre
- Gulielma Dowrick

Guielma Dowrick offers a step-by-step guide

groundings:
Mocha Decoration
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey uses a traditional technique to create plant-like patterns on slipware

potters day:
A Potter's Assistance
- Jo Davies

Joanna Davies uses her potting skills to assist artist Charlotte Hodes

off centre:
Off-Centre
- Stephen Farnan

Stephen Farnan feels that now is the time for new tableware opportunities