- This Hand is Your Hand. Chwekun, John // Ceramics: Art & Perception;2010, Issue 80, p111
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "The Margins: Theory of Resistance in Contemporary Ceramics," by Adam Welch, published in an issue of the journal.
- Quintessence. Wong, Tim; Hirano, Akiko // Ceramics: Art & Perception;2010, Issue 80, p78
The article reviews the exhibition "Quintessence," at the Touching Stone Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2007 and 2009.
- Brick FaÃ§ades. Balaban, Robert // Pottery Making Illustrated;Mar/Apr2014, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p8
The article looks at pottery techniques, offering step-by-step instructions for creating the look of a brick faÃ§ade in a ceramic piece using sheet molds designed for creating fondant decorations for baked goods, with suggestions for glazing.
- A LOOK AT BOOKS ON FUNCTION. Counts, Charles // Studio Potter;Jun85, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p48
The article lists several books on function in pottery including "A Potter's Book," by Bernard Leach, "Pottery: Form and Expression," by Marguerite Wildenhain, and "The Unknown Craftsman," by Soetsu Yanagi.
- letters. Carlson, Ted; Gottuso, Jim; Kast, Steve; Follette, Kent // Ceramics Monthly;Mar2010, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p10
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including a feedback on the cover photo, the "Residencies and Fellowships" in the January 2010 issue, and a feedback on the pornographic-themed pottery in the February 2010 issue.
- Child's Play. Shackelford, Frances Wilson // Ceramics: Art & Perception;2010, Issue 80, p74
The article reviews the exhibition "Child's Play: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Father," at the Clay Gallery in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
- Six McKnight Artists. Riddle, Mason // Ceramics: Art & Perception;2010, Issue 80, p89
The article reviews the exhibition "Six McKnight Artists," at the Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2008.
- A Sense of Integrity. Whiting, David // Ceramics: Art & Perception;2006, Issue 63, p19
Features British potter Jane Hamlyn and her experience in salt-glaze. Subject of her ceramic artwork called "Empty Vessels"; Personal intimacy of ceramics according to Hamlyn; Interest of Hamlyn in the differing contexts in which studio ceramics operate and in the people who buy and sell them.
- Relationships. Martin, Chad // Ceramics Monthly;Oct2006, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p45
The article features ceramic artist Dennis Maust and his works. Maust's work as centers on two key characteristics. He attends to aesthetic detail, showing a love for compelling juxtapositions and always intends to reveal beauty. Maust also strives for genuine human relationship, across cultural...