Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.
September / October 2018
We visit the south London studio of Scottish potter Jennifer Lee – our cover star for this issue – to learn more about her techniques, approach and creative journey
Colin Martin discusses a William De Morgan show at the Guildhall Art Gallery in London that explores the mathematical awareness behind his geometric pottery
Veteran maker Tony Laverick discusses his experiences across the ceramics industry and considers how to build a career selling the work you love
BBC Antiques Roadshow expert and director of Fieldings Auctioneers, Will Farmer discusses what's in and what's out in the changeable world of collecting pottery
Frances McDonald visits Contained | Contenu at the Musée Ariana, Switzerland: an exhibition exploring ideas of interior space through work in ceramic and glass
We look back at the Craft Potters Association's history and achievements – from fairs, ‘Potters Camps' and founding CR, to major exhibitions and grants for makers
French artist Sophie Favre's sculptures of animals have an uncanny human quality; André Hess discovers the ideas behind the work and learns about her making process
Agalis Manessi explains how her tin-glazed earthenware portrait plates developed after discovering colourful Renaissance maiolica dishes in the V&A's collection
Potter and Instagram star Florian Gadsby discusses two apprenticeships – one in England and one in Japan – to consider the merits of different approaches to learning
How do you pack your pottery easily, safely and economically? The Contemporary Ceramics Centre's Claire Dixon answers a question from a reader
We hear from potter Rhian Malin, whose blue and white porcelain vessels are inspired by her grandmother's collection of traditional Willow Pattern china
Ceramist Annette Welch takes us step-by-step through her process for throwing a wide shallow dish and decorating it with a mono-printed design in slip
Potters James and Tilla Waters share how they make an unusual lilac glaze using a rare earth oxide, which they developed for their porcelain and stoneware tableware
As part of the Craft Potters Association's anniversary year, we put potter Eileen Lewenstein in the spotlight
After catching CR’s eye at Ceramic Art London and winning our Highly Commended Newcomer Award, we learn more about emerging maker Rhian Malin’s blue and white porcelain, inspired by traditional Willow Pattern china.
'Surfaces are scarred with marks or mono-printed with slip, then the application of warm matte or glossy glazes complement and contrast with unglazed areas.' Annette Welch discusses making large thrown dishes, decorated with abstract designs.