Ceramic Review Issue 328
Ceramic Review Issue 328
Ceramic Review Issue 328
Ceramic Review Issue 328
Ceramic Review Issue 328

Ceramic Review Issue 328

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"News:
Our round-up of key stories from the world of ceramics
Profile: The Dance Of Maker And Material - Natalie Baerselman
Rachel Grimshaw sculpts ceramic forms that defy the nature of the material. Natalie Baerselman le Gros finds out more.

Gallery:
CR’s pick of the crop of current ceramic exhibitions
Review: Material Conversation - Beth Williamson
Beth Williamson reviews In the making, a solo exhibition at MIMA surveying 50 years of work by the acclaimed artist Jacqueline Poncelet
Potters On Pots: - Anne Butler
Anne Butler reflects on technologies made obsolete through the passage of time and how these relics of the past have inspired her latest pieces
Technology: Clay Meets Code - Elena Howard
Elena Howard discusses the creative fusion of ceramics and artificial intelligence
Profile: Sculptural Narratives - Annie Le Santo
Self-taught sculptor Xanthe Somers creates vibrant vessels that draw inspiration from Zimbabwean postcolonial culture. In discussion with Annie Le Santo, she explores the undercurrents behind her brightly coloured work
Preview: For The Love Of Pots - Andre Hess
Andre Hess delves into the world of collecting and discusses the diverse personalities behind what drives people to collect ceramics
Potter's Secrets: - Tim Andrews
Tim Andrews reveals the influences behind his work and the techniques he uses to create one of his raku-fired lidded pots
Profile: Democratic Ceramics - Jane Audas
From sanitaryware to saucers, Robin Levien has designed ceramics for companies worldwide. Jane Audas takes us behind the scenes of his studio
One To Watch: - Bert Jones
Bert Jones shares his joy in crafting elegant domestic ware and the art of functionality
Masterclass: - Ant Edmonds
Ant Edmonds shares the processes and techniques he and his wife Di use to create their Pueblo inspired pots

Glaze Recipe: - Matthew Blakely
Matthew Blakely embraces nature's surprises and shares discoveries from his elemental explorations, unveiling his Chun glaze recipe
Curator's Choice: - Tanya Martin
Tanya Martin, curator of the Stradling Collection in Bristol, has chosen The Goat by Margaret Hine"