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One of the things we love at Ceramic Review is the pure diversity of what can be made with clay. From everyday mugs that sit snugly in your hand to large-scale sculptural installations, the possibilities seem endless. One of the other things we love is the wide range of ceramic artists who are pushing the boundaries of these possibilities making unique, thought-provoking pieces that express their creativity. This issue we feature a number of artists who are doing just that, including our cover star, Zemer Peled, who uses ceramic shards in her work, relishing the break and using the fragment, she arranges and recombines the pieces into vibrant artwork. Another example is Roberto Lugo, referred to as the ‘Ghetto Potter’, his main body of work is a series of large-scale vessels and urns, which feature traditional porcelain forms and techniques reimagined with what he describes as ‘a 21st-century street sensibility’. Then there is our ‘Emerging Maker’ Steven Edwards who creates colourful contemporary sculptures inspired by the processes he uses to make them and Linda Bloomfield who shares the results of experiments carried out on producing celadon glazes in an electric kiln… We hope you are inspired by the possibilities in clay and the news and events to be found in this issue.