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


Ceramic Review Issue 297

May/June 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 258

Nov / Dec 2012

Contents...
survey:
The Landscape of Wales
- Moira Vincentelli

Moira Vincentelli charts an inherent relationship with the landscape in the work of many contemporary Welsh makers

potter:
The Clay tells its Story
- Joop Verschuren

Joop Verschuren reveals how nature and culture, object and artefact are entwined in the work of Tjerk vand der Veen

artist:
Personal Journeys
- Esther Viros

Esther Viros describes the activities that have led to Kirstin McKirdy's residency at Manufacture de Sevres, Paris

education:
Ceramics at Art School

A survey of courses and colleges across the UK

education:
Further Education
- Anna Usborne

Anna Usbourne discusses the different options available for studying ceramics in the UK

survey:
Selected Nuances
- Ewen Henderson, Sara Moorhouse

Sara Moorhouse explores alternative responses to nature and landscape in ceramics

artist:
Irish Forms and Colours
- Kathleen Standen

Kathleen Standen describes how her own personal landscapes are inscribed in her roughly textured clay forms

profile:
highland stoneware
- Mandy Haggith

The Highlands of Scotland provide the perfect backdrop to this innovative potter, explains Mandy Haggith

technical:
lids, knobs, flanges
- Duncan Hooson, Anthony Quinn
potters day:
potter in paradise
- Duncan Ayscough
off centre:
off centre
- Mark Hunt