- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Faenza's Splendid Ceramics. Gani, Martin // Italian America;2011, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p6
The article focuses on the revival of painter pottery in Faenza in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. It mentions that the region is abundant with high quality clay, honed and designed in a traditional way of pot making. It states that the town produces unique ceramics which draw on local...