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Ceramics Monthly: April 1991

Posted On April 1, 1991 0 Comments

Pittsboro, North Carolina potter Mark Hewitt inside his 900-cubic-foot, wood-burning tube kiln. Though he was born into a pottery family, their tradition was fine china manufacturing, not handmade salt-glazed stoneware.

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Ceramics Monthly: March 1991

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Florida mixed-media artist Nan Smith provides an intimate view of her current work, from its forming and decorating processes to its reason for being.

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Ceramics Monthly: February 1991

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Arizona potter Don Reitz, often called “the king of salt glaze, the workshop king, the Kenzan of American ceramics, etc.,” has continued along a path of risk and change.

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Ceramics Monthly: January 1991

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Ban Kajitani brushing slip onto slab sculpture destined for a one-man show in Tokyo. 

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Ceramics Monthly: December 1990

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Ellen Shankin in her Virginia studio. Ellen is one of 31 potters/clay artists who received National Endowment fellowships this year.

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Ceramics Monthly: October 1990

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Santa Cruz, California studio ceramist Sally Gaynor with three teapots that retain a traditional handle and spout, but take a functional detour to travel down a road rife with visual puns and architectural allusions.

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Ceramics Monthly: September 1990

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Full-time potter John Glick in his Farmington, Michigan studio. Part I of Glick’s two-part portfolio looks at the continuum of his work, while discussing mid-career issues that concern potters everywhere.

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Ceramics Monthly: June/July/August 1990

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Roddy Reed makes a living from pinch pots! Like the mazes decorating some of these works, Reed’s life took many twists and turns before he reached his goal of being a full-time, professional artist.

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Ceramics Monthly: May 1990

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Carole Aoki finds getting out of the studio and into the fray of public contact at craft fairs is a risky, yet satisfying experience; read her thoughts about selling at the Philadelphia Craft Show in this month’s portfolio.

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Ceramics Monthly: April 1990

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Montana potter David Shaner talks candidly about his life, work and long studio career in a autobiography beginning on page 41. “It’s no use becoming involved in pottery if you have not decided to live for pottery,” he comments.

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