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Ceramic Review Issue 321

May/June 2023

Ceramic Review Issue 319

January/February 2023

Ceramic Review Issue 319


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

Perfection in imperfection
- Isabel Andrews

Isabel Andrews discovers how, by manipulating 3D clay printed forms, Nico Conti is finding success out of failure


CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramic exhibitions

Potters on pots:
- Ruta Bartkeviciute

Ruta Bartkeviciute’s ceramics are influenced by folk art and the traditions of her native Lithuania, in particular the work of Lithuanian artist Valdemaras Manomaitis

Seasonal book shop:

Ceramic Review’s top books for the ceramic lover in your life this Christmas

Potter's Secrets:
- Jane Cox

Jane Cox shares the processes and techniques she uses to throw and decorate a commemorative charger

Pathways in clay
- Katharina Klug & Tomoo Hamada

Two artists from pottery families, Katherina Klug and Tomoo Hamada, met to discuss their practices and the differences in ceramics in Japan and the UK

Building new traditions
- Jessica Browne

CR’S Jessica Browne spoke to ceramicist Maxwell Mustardo to find out more about his contemporary works inspired by ancient traditions

Clean and green ceramics
- Dr Wendy Gers

Operating a sustainable ceramics business is a challenging task. Dr Wendy Gers discusses how to turn inspiration and good intentions into action, accountability, and success

One to Watch:
Fergus Byron-Low

Winner of the Ceramic Review Initiative Award at New Designers, Fergus Byron-Low tells us about his site-specific work inspired by the landscape

Curator's Choice:
- Kate Cadman

Kate Cadman from the Coalport China Museum in Ironbridge, has chosen an item that tells the story of ordinary people with extraordinary skills