THE INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE OF CERAMIC ART AND CRAFT
15 Apr 2013
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Ceramic Review: Latest Issue: CR261 May/Jun 2013
Troubled Light: A special look at the work of Irish potter Jack Doherty. Eleanor Flegg elaborates on the story of one of his final firings at St Ives through her creative non-fiction writing. Despite knowing his kiln, it never fails to surprise him.
Also in this issue:
- Troubled Light / Eleanor Flegg tells the story of one of Jack Doherty’s final firings in St Ives
- Bestselling Blue / Christine Guth explores the crucial role of the colour blue in Hokusai’s Great Wave
- The Colour of Spirituality / Jeremy Taylor identifies the spiritual and unworldly in Sylvian Meschia’s ceramics
- Fields of Perception / Jonathan Middlemiss encourages us to trust our senses
- Granite & Sea / Andy Christian understands how a sense of place is important to ceramist Jenny Beavan
- Tangible Understanding / Penny Withers finds optimism in Emilie Taylor’s narrative pots
- Peppers, Pixies, & Pickled Onions / Paul Scott is charmed by the delightfully surreal sculptures of Jim Cooper
- Essays in Blue / Caroline Slotte describes her unique understanding of fired ceramic objects as an art material
- Colouring Clay / Chris Campbell reinterprets a technique known as Skinner Blending
- Agateware Teapot / Michelle Erickson reconstructs an agate teapot from the V&A Collections
- Making Sequence / Jack Doherty shares his throwing process
- A Potters’ Day / Marie Canning connects medicine and ceramic jewellery
- Off-Centre / Ian Wilson reveals the rich symbolism of clay
Next Issue – 262 / Thrown
Richard Phethean – Articulated Vessels
Tanya Gomez – Into the Sublime
Ben Richardson – Indigenous Materials