Ceramic Review Ceramic Review Issue 249 May/June 2011  £6.43

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Sculptor: From Stone To Clay- Sandy Brown

Sandy Brown reveals Peter Randall-Page's new-found confidence in clay

Potter: Setting The Table - Nigel Lambert

Nigel Lambert's vibrant pots become part of the dinner table conversation

Potter: Familiar Objects Of The Domestic Landscape - Amanda Fielding

Amanda Fielding reports on Katherine Morling's sketches in clay

Comment: Ceramics As A Shifting Discipline - Josh Redman

Josh Redman comments on the definition of ‘ceramics'

Collaborations: A Lull In The Conversation - Sharon Blakey

Sharon Blakey discusses the collaborative projects undertaken in ‘Pairings'

Potter: A Playful Improviser - David Whiting

David Whiting looks at the dynamic work of Robert Cooper

Potter: Can Beauty Come From Pain? - Frankie Locke

Frankie Locke travels on a cathartic journey through her ceramics

Education: Broadening Perspectives - Carol Grant

Carol Grant reports on a residency in Denmark

Technical/Glaze: A Coda To Craking - Ben Brierley

Ben Brierley discusses his technique for patching ceramic scars

Internet: To Web Or Not To Web - Andy Christian

Andy Christian explores the pros and cons of selling work onlline

Technical: Digital Photography - Ben Eldridge

Ben Eldridge offers a beginner's guide to photographing ceramics

Technical: Ceramic Transfer Printing - Kevin Petrie

Kevin Petrie discusses hi-tech and low-tech approaches

Potters Day: A Potter's Day - Sim Taylor

Si Taylor spends a typical day inspiring young adults

Off-Centre - Peter Beard

Peter Beard gives advice to students when approaching potters