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


Ceramic Review Issue 300

November/December 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 251

Sep / Oct 2011

Contents...
potter:
From Brick to Slip
- Emma Maiden

Emma Maiden recognises an endless passion for clay in the work of Rod Harris

artist:
Jardim Porcelenico
- Rob Kessler

Rob Kesseler links research with practice in his botanical-inspired ceramics

profile:
Any Road Will Take You There
- Mette Maya Gregerson

Mette Maya Gregerson explains how her experiences reveal themselves in clay

potter:
Challenging Success
- Amanda Fielding

Amanda Fielding reflects on the change in direction in Ashraf Hanna's work

artist:
Frank, Rude or Improper
- Alexandra Dodd

Alexandra Dodd delights in the intimate musings that adorn Ruan Hoffmann's plates

artist:
Ritual & Sensuality
- Kochevet Bendavid

Kochevet Bendavid challenges the notion of function with her sumptuous tableware

potter:
War Torn Ceramics
- Ian Wilson

Ian Wilson considers the politics of war and the place of ceramics in Helga Gamba's work

education:
DIY Education
- Frauke Abel

Frauke Abel tells of her travels

groundings:
As Clay Dries
- Oelof Heckroodt

Oelof Heckroodt explains the process of drying

education:
Teaching and Making
- Sue Paraskeva

Sue Paraskeva explains the relationship for her

potters day:
A Conservator's Day
- Miriam Chance

Miriam Chance describes a typical day as a conversation student at West Dean

off centre:
Off-Centre
- John Hancock

John Hancock reveals his unfulfilled ambition to meet Bernard Leach