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


Ceramic Review Issue 309

May/June 2021

Ceramic Review Issue 308

March/April 2021

Issue 308 of Ceramic Review
Contents...
Profile :
Elemental relationship
- Ceri Jones

Paul Wearing has been experimenting with glazes and textures to take his practice to the next level. Ceri Jones finds out more

Gallery:
In the spotlight

CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramics exhibitions

Inspiration:
Potters on pots
- Nigel Lambert

Potter Nigel Lambert shares his passion for functional pots and the inspiration behind his own tableware pieces

History:
Making pots, making history
- Paul Greenhalgh

Paul Greenhalgh’s new book aims to reinforce the importance of ceramic art and history in the context of other visual arts

Community:
Brick by brick

A project utilising local materials and Cornwall’s brickmaking heritage is empowering the community to build for the future

Profile:
Joining the dots
- Frances McDonald

Irish artist Gráinne Watts’ sculptural forms have gained her recognition in recent years. Frances McDonald discovers more

Emerging Maker :
One to Watch
- Ula Saniawa

Emerging maker Ula Saniawa shares the concepts behind her porcelain lighting and large-scale wall installations

Technique:
Narratives in gold
- Bonnie Kemske

Kintsugi, the Japanese art of gold repair, offers ceramists a technique imbued with metaphor. Bonnie Kemske explains

Technical:
Glaze Recipe
- Kirsty Adams

Newcastle-based ceramist Kirsty Adams shares the base glaze she uses on her Icelandic-inspired moon jars