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Ceramics Monthly: June/July 2006

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Untitled, 39 inches in height, slab-, coil- and hand-built, with thin, textured slabs thrown onto the surface, glaze, by Jean-Pierre Larocque.

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Ceramics Monthly: May 2006

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Punchong bottle, 12 inches in height, stoneware with white slip and ash glaze, by Choi Sung-Jae.

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Ceramics Monthly: April 2006

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On the Cover: Storage Jar and Square Plate by Jan Schachter

Storage jar is 9 inches thrown stoneware with Black Oak Wood Ash Glaze, fired to Cone 10 in reduction; square plate is 14 inch slumped, impressed slab with Laura’s Turquoise Glaze.

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Ceramics Monthly: March 2006

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Vessel group, to 10 inches in height, thrown porcelain, with resisted relief, soda-fired, by Ryan McKerley.

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Ceramics Monthly: February 2006

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“Everyday Dishes” is thrown and slab-built stoneware, fired to Cone 10 in a Minnesota Flat Top car kiln, with old wire dish drainer.

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Ceramics Monthly: January 2006

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On the Cover: Covered Jar by Steven Hill
Covered Jar is 11 inches in height, thrown stoneware, ribbed-slip surface, with multiple sprayed glazes, single fired to Cone 10 in reduction.
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Ceramics Monthly: December 1979

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Raku bowl, glazed stoneware, 4.5 inches in diameter, with wire-cut foot, by sculptor and ceramist Ralph Komives, currently on the faculty at Stevens College, Columbia, Missouri. Additional work by this artist appears on page 93.

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Ceramics Monthly: November 1979

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White porcelain bottle with underglaze blue decoration, Yi dynasty (late 18th century A.D.), 14 inches in height. This form was among 345 objects presented in “5000 Years of Korean Art,” at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Organized by the National Museum of Korea, other works in the show are presented in an article beginning on page 91.

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Ceramics Monthly: October 1979

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“Honeycomb,” 20 inches in height, handbuilt low-fire white earthenware with underglaze pencil, glaze, and gold lustered honeybee, by Margaret Ford, Seattle. Additional information about this artist begins on page 87.

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Ceramics Monthly: September 1979

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Porcelain teapot, 8½ inches in height, thrown, with incised banding and copper red glaze, by Tom Coleman. The Canby, Oregon, studio potter was among a national selection of those exhibiting in :Functional Ceramics 1979,” subject of this month’s cover story beginning on page 70.

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