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Ceramics Monthly: November 1993

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Working exclusively in black-and-white, California artist Kathy Erteman decorates whiteware with simple glyphs carved (inside and out) through black slip.

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Ceramics Monthly: October 1993

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Adrian Saxe in his Los Angeles studio; a portfolio covering the 30-year evolution of his work begins on page 37.

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Ceramics Monthly: September 1993

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To Florida potter Patrick Dragon, the surface of a wheel-thrown vessel is like a plaster wall ready for a fresco. “It’s sensitive to almost anything—I can paint on it, apply glazes, even add ceramic decals, gold leaf, ink and a variety of other collage elements.”

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Ceramics Monthly: June/July/August 1993

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Dale Zheutlin (New Rochelle, New York) prepares a model for a commission at her converted-warehouse studio. Her article about “Site-Specific Wall Sculpture” describes how to produce a large, multisectional wall form as well as sell the concept.

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Ceramics Monthly: May 1993

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Sculptor Gail Weissberg’s search for stimulating environments has taken her from New Zealand to the United States and now to France. Recent work combines American and Oceanic influences.

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Ceramics Monthly: April 1993

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California artist/teacher Les Lawrence’s 30-year career includes production dinnerware for Neiman-Marcus, and experimental pottery and sculpture involving innovative technical processes.

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Ceramics Monthly: March 1993

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Philadelphia artist Syd Carpenter (photographed with a twisted root form in progress) draws inspiration from many of the same sources as Steven Donegan, but that’s where the similarity in their claywork ends, though they’ve been together for over 16 years.

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Ceramics Monthly: February 1993

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British potter Jon Middlemiss determined 14 years ago that he was “not suited” to functional ware, opting instead to develop more articulate forms by segmenting and reassembling wheel-throw vessels.

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Ceramics Monthly: January 1993

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West Virginia artist Dan Keegan explores concepts of duality in his press-molded terra-cotta sculpture.

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Ceramics Monthly: December 1992

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California artist Roberta Laidman. Making anthropomorphic sculptures of dogs that are neither too abstract nor cute is difficult; see how this artist faces the challenge, beginning on page 33.

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