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An indispensable publication for anyone interested in ceramics, The Ceramics Book profiles work by members of The Craft Potters Association, the national body representing studio potters and ceramists, with an artist’s statement and a colour reproduction of their work.
In a conveniently small format, The Ceramics Book provides an invaluable resource for anyone wanting to see examples of the very latest ceramics by established and emerging makers – including Clive Bowen, Takeshi Yasuda, and Louisa Taylor – and for planning visits to potteries and artists’ studios.
The Ceramics Book is published by Ceramic Review, a bi-monthly internationally recognised magazine about ceramic art published since 1970, with critical features on contemporary and historical ceramic art and craft, and practical and technical articles.
The book includes an Artists by Region directory.
Price £10 +p&p softback extent pp 344
Over 300 colour reproductions
Published February 2012
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ARTSPACE at Barn Galleries near Henley on Thames this year celebrates 21 years of showing some of the best work on the contemporary art scene. A much loved exhibition attracting over 5000 visitors during this two week show, ARTSPACE offers you top names alongside newcomers to the ceramics world as well as sculpture in the gardens, paintings, ceramics, glass, jewellery and more.
Shown in the unusual rural setting of early 18th century timbered barns and extensive gardens, ARTSPACE always promises a fascinating day out with so much to see. Now that ARTSPACE is to be biennial, there’s even more reason to be sure to visit in 2012. There are fresh ideas for display and layout, too, this year – make a date to visit and see what you think. 12- 27 May 10 – 5 daily An Oxfordshire Artweeks event.