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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 272

March / April 2015

Contents...
Column:
Mortar Board or Overall?
- Gareth Mason

Spoil Heap

Preview:
The Anatomy of Transformation
- Dr Richard Wingate and Tamsin Van Essen

Head of anatomy at Kings College London talks to ceramicist Tamsin Van Essen.

Reports:
From African Earth
- Christine Gittins

In 2014 Cape Town was world capital of design. CG was overwhelmed by ceramic events.

Reports:
Ceramics and Politics Symposium
- Kate Wilson

Ceramics can be as political as any other art-form. KW attended a symposium…

Reports:
Remembering Poppies
- Charlotte Dew

Eight hundred thousand poppies were removed from The Tower of London's moat in December. CD helped.

Feature:
Constructivist Corrugations
- Andy Christian

The sculptures of Keith Varney reach for the sky…

Feature:
Potter and Poacher: Sidney Tustin
- Paul Rice

Sidney Tustin made a million pots for the Winchcombe Pottery…

Feature:
The Long March To Jingdezhen
- Roger Law

RL's huge celadon vessels come with dancing crabs, leaping frogs and weedy sea dragons…

Feature:
Mark Thompson's Theatrical Flair
- Inga Walton

IW investigates the return of an unsettling sculptor.

Feature:
Poetry of the Hands, Will of the Maker
- Hyeyoung Cho

Kanghyo Lee has lived Korean ceramic tradition and takes it to new levels. HC introduces him.

Feature:
Still Flows the Deben
- Charlotte Dew

Annie Turner is a river potter. Her river is the Deben that flows through Suffolk to the sea…

Technical:
Innovation in Paperclay
- Rosette Gault

RG explains how paperclay can revolutionise ceramic practice.

Technical:
Maiolica
- Lisa Katzenstein

LK shows how she uses maiolica to achieve colourful painted designs.

CPA News:
- CPA News Editor: Kathy Niblett

The newsletter of the Craft Potters Association (CPA)

A Potter's Day:
Clay Transformations
- Elaine Argyle
Off-Centre:
- Jane Gibson

Rural potteries are dying world-wide. JG chronicles the end of an era.