THE INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE OF CERAMIC ART AND CRAFT
03 Dec 2013
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Ceramic Review: Latest Issue: CR265 January/February 2014
Harmony & Poise: Simon Olding contemplates the quiet confidence of Yo Thom’s latest work
Deptford Creek :Fred Gatley journeys to a London riverbed for inspirational treasures
Also in this issue:
Japan’s Rising Stars / Jill Fanshawe Kato discusses the visibility of female ceramists in Japan, and makers on the ascent
A Rothschild Legacy / In the vaults of a museum, Ian Wilson explores the Bristol Schools Art Service Loan Collection
Fractal Forms & Forking Paths / Eleanor Flegg reveals how geometry informs the creations of Nuala O’Donovan
Female Potters of Barvas / A little known industry in the Outer Hebrides is brought to light by Kate Wilson
Caught in the Act / Hitomi Hosono explains her precise and intricate botanical sculptures to Kimberley Chandler
Production Throwing / Kevin Millward’s step-by-step advice on throwing many pots
Pigments and Engobes for Crystalline Glazes / Explained by Caterina Roma
A Potter’s Project / Sarah McDade helps a school build a memorial for a beloved teacher
Off-Centre / Ceramist Jo Davies on the positive and negative impact of reality television
Next Issue – 266 /
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