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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 249

May / Jun 2011

Contents...
sculptor:
From Stone to Clay
- Sandy Brown

Sandy Brown reveals Peter Randall-Page's new-found confidence in clay

potter:
Setting the Table
- Nigel Lambert

Nigel Lambert's vibrant pots become part of the dinner table conversation

potter:
Familiar Objects of the Domestic Landscape
- Amanda Fielding

Amanda Fielding reports on Katherine Morling's sketches in clay

comment:
Ceramics as a Shifting Discipline
- Josh Redman

Josh Redman comments on the definition of ‘ceramics'

collaborations:
A Lull in the Conversation
- Sharon Blakey

Sharon Blakey discusses the collaborative projects undertaken in ‘Pairings'

potter:
A Playful Improviser
- David Whiting

David Whiting looks at the dynamic work of Robert Cooper

potter:
Can Beauty Come from PAin?
- Frankie Locke

Frankie Locke travels on a cathartic journey through her ceramics

education:
Broadening Perspectives
- Carol Grant

Carol Grant reports on a residency in Denmark

technical/glaze:
A Coda to Craking
- Ben Brierley

Ben Brierley discusses his technique for patching ceramic scars

internet:
To Web or Not to Web
- Andy Christian

Andy Christian explores the pros and cons of selling work onlline

technical:
Digital Photography
- Ben Eldridge

Ben Eldridge offers a beginner's guide to photographing ceramics

technical:
ceramic transfer printing
- Kevin Petrie

Kevin Petrie discusses hi-tech and low-tech approaches

potters day:
A Potter's Day
- Sim Taylor

Si Taylor spends a typical day inspiring young adults

off centre:
Off-Centre
- Peter Beard

Peter Beard gives advice to students when approaching potters