Ceramic Review

See the current journal display in Howard Gardens Library for the Nov/Dec issue of Ceramic Review. Highlights include:

The Landscape of Wales: A special look at the work of several Welsh makers, whose ceramics reflect the dramatic scenery and history of Wales. Moira Vincentelli reveals the innate bond between maker and place, taking pleasure in work of contemporary studio potters who endeavour to make a connection with their surroundings.

Selected Nuances: Sara Moorhouse suggests that ceramists employ an abstracted view of landscape.

A Potter in Paradise: Duncan Ayscough enjoys a week at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

For more details of articles in this issue visit the Ceramic Review website.  To access an online version of this and issues from 1997 – 2012, use the Cardiff Met Electronic Library. Search for Ceramic Review on the e-journal A-Z page and follow the Art Full Text link.

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