- Strong prices at Rookwood VI & Keramics 1996. // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Oct96, Vol. 101 Issue 8, p10
Reports on the results of the annual sale of Rookwood and Western art potteries by the Cincinnati Art Galleries in Ohio on June 1996. Products featured; Contact information.
- An Eye for Quimper. Palmer, Sharon // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Aug2003, Vol. 108 Issue 6, p20
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- Making, marketing and malaise. Moran, Andi // Ceramics Monthly;Jan1997, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p60
Recounts the experiences of the author, Andi Moran, when she started in ceramics pottery. Satisfaction from working with clay; Principles learned from ceramics courses; Endeavors into the ceramic business; Participation in the American Craft Council national wholesale fairs.
- Questions. // Ceramics Monthly;Jan1997, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p88
Presents answers to questions relating to pottery. Recipe for stovetop clay; Sandblasting for pot decoration or texturing.
- Suggestions. // Ceramics Monthly;Jun-Aug97, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p92
Offers suggestions from readers on various aspects of pottery.
- Cheating. Keenan, Lori // Ceramics Monthly;Jun-Aug97, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p118
Opinion. Comments on various incidents which the author considered cheating while relating to sculptural clay work. Author's view that the formal and conceptual qualities of the finished work should be judged; Reference to an incident when she took her students to gallery of the community art...
- Aberystwyh potters festival. Robison, Jim // Ceramics Monthly;Nov97, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p10
Presents highlights of the International Potters Festival, which was held in Aberystwyth, Wales. Number of presenters at the show; Information on the pieces created by Hungarian sculptor Sandor Kecskemeti.
- Recipes. // Ceramics Monthly;Nov97, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p65
Offers instructions on how to make different types of pottery. Information on black-coring; How to mix oxide washes.
- End of an era. Melville, Francoise // Ceramics Monthly;Jan1998, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p63
Opinion. Recounts the author's visit to the Andalusian village of Nijar after eight years while focusing on the village's potting industry. Discussion on the locally dug clay used to make the village's pots; Information on the kilns used by the villagers; How the kilns were used; Reference to...