THE INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE OF CERAMIC ART AND CRAFT
11 Feb 2014
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Ceramic Review: Latest Issue: CR266 March/April 2014
Where Strange Things Start to Happen : Ian Wilson draws our attention to the diverse works of Zoe Lloyd
Making Cups for People :Kevin de Choisy discusses Kate Wilson’s 445-cup installation and war-related ceramics
Also in this issue:
Raw Talent /The life and powerful pots of Danish ceramist Hans Vangsø, explored by Lindsey Brown
A Glimpse Inside / Helen Walsh takes us behind the scenes of Matthew Darbyshire: WA Ismay Collection
A Marriage of Art & Science / John Christian helps us discover the experiences influencing Peter Smith’s practice
Broadening the Mind / The prominence of clay at the 55th Venice Biennale, writes Andy Christian, is significant
Slip Trailing / Dylan Bowen shares his love of slip
Opalescent Chun-style Glazes / Linda Bloomfield explains recipes and methods
Salt Glaze /Ruth King’s salt glazing approach, tips, and firing schedule
A Potter’s Day / Meet Scotland’s ‘last Ceramics student’
Off-Centre / Dr Chris Bell contemplates how he, a scientist and physicist, approaches ceramics
Next Issue – 267
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