An invaluable resource for potters, ceramists, ceramic artists, collectors, enthusiasts and students, Ceramic Review has been inspiring ceramics communities since 1970.
Combining authoritative writing with top-quality photography, the bi-monthly magazine includes:
· In-depth profiles of the most exciting names at work today
· A practical how-to masterclass series with top ceramists
· Interviews with emerging makers currently gaining recognition
· Articles exploring current trends – from the popularity of tableware in high-end restaurants, to new directions in ceramics education
· Step-by-step recipes for clays and glazes
· Insights from leading auction houses on collecting ceramics
· Historical features uncovering the rich heritage of the medium
· The latest news, reviews, exhibitions and events from the world of ceramics, ceramic art and pottery
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First published in February 1970, this issue of Ceramic Review is the first of our 50th anniversary and to celebrate we've updated our cover with a new look and logo. Our cover star is Ingrid Murphy, whose profile discovers more about her work, which has taken clay beyond pots, tableware, craft and art and into a digital realm of exploration.
Also profiled this issue is slip-cast functional maker Sue Pryke, who shares her career path from working at Wedgwood as a junior designer to becoming the latest judge on the TV programme The Great Pottery Throw Down; you will also find the results of the sale of the Peter Dingley Collection at auction; an insight into the growing trend of using ceramics in architecture; a step-by-step Masterclass with Adam Buick who shares how he throws and joins one of his Moon Jars, plus all the latest news and events from the world of ceramics.