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


Ceramic Review Issue 319

January/February 2023

Ceramic Review Issue 318

November/December

Contents...
News:

Our round-up of key stories from the world of ceramics

Profile:
Daring to be different
- Jessica Browne

Ann Van Hoey is an expert in combining traditional and modern, pushing the boundaries of her practice. CR’s Jessica Browne spoke to her to discover more

Gallery:

CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramic exhibitions

Review:
The adventure of pottery
- Natalie Baerselman le Gros

Natalie Baerselman le Gros visits the new Lucie Rie exhibition that conducts a fresh appraisal of the artist’s life and work

Review:
Celebrated Potter
- Colin Martin

Colin Martin reviews a new book about one of the UK’s best-loved potters, Dame Lucie Rie

Potters on Pots:
- Lowri Davies

Welsh traditions and her grandmother’s pottery collection, including a ceramic cockerel, have influenced Lowri Davies’ approach to her practice

Profile:
Sense of scale
- Rory Robertson

Working with clay since 1989, Rory Robertson finds out more about Abigail Ozora Simpson and her large-scale sculptures

Potter's Secrets:
- Peter Bodenham

Peter Bodenham shares the inspiration and making processes behind one of his raw-fired stoneware bowls

Environment:
Clay: sourcing an alternative
- Dr Wendy Gers

Clay: sourcing an alternative

Review:
Clay Dynasty
- Inga Walton

Inga Walton visits a major exhibition in New South Wales, Australia, that reviews the progession of ceramics on the continent over the past 70 years

Profile:
Music and making
- Akira Satake

American-based Akira Satake tells Jane Audas about how his background in music and his Japanese roots have inspired his work

One to Watch:
Asahi So

Ceramic artist Asahi So tells us about the influences that have helped him create his unique style of combining ceramics and copper wire

Masterclass:
Tricia Thom

Tricia Thom takes us step-by-step through the processes she uses to throw and join a porcelain moon jar

Glaze Recipe:
Diana Ng

Designer and potter Diana Ng shares two of the glaze recipes she uses to create her Nocturne plates

Curator's Choice:
- Natalie Baerselman le Gros

Natalie Baerselman le Gros highlights a piece by Elizabeth Fritsch that has helped align ceramics with abstract art