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Ceramics Monthly: February 1961

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Marjorie Evans Goslee’s Eskimo sculpture, “Ootah,” is a 15-inch-high figure made from dark brown stoneware with incised design and areas of black and white underglaze.

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Ceramics Monthly: January 1961

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Slab-built sets of related pots by Richard Miller are the subject of this month’s feature article. Mr. Miller introduces his own unusual method of constructing these pots as a unit and then slicing them apart.

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Ceramics Monthly: December 1960

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African Madonna, by Trina Paulus, was shown in the National Religious Art Exhibition in Birmingham, Michigan. This ceramic sculpture is approximately 18 inches high and is colored dark and light brown with sgraffito in white. Other works exhibited in this show are pictured in this month’s Show Time feature.

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Ceramics Monthly: November 1960

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The tall vase was made by Robert C. Burkhart of Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. A feature article by Mr. Burkhart, “Learn to Throw Tall Pots,” appears on page 22 of this issue. 

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Ceramics Monthly: October 1960

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Rita Yokoi is the co-winner, with Fred Roth, of the 1960 Elisabeth Moses memorial award given annually by the Association of San Francisco Potters as special recognition to promising young ceramists. Mrs. Yokoi will graduate from the California School of Fine Arts this year, and then plans to share a ceramic studio with her husband.

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Ceramics Monthly: September 1960

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The potters on this month’s cover typify our September theme, “Back-to-Work.” Like ceramists all over the country, they are getting started on another busy season as they scrape, decorate and glaze their over-size pieces of pottery.

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Ceramics Monthly: June 1960

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Trio, white and brown, by Nicholas Vergette; stoneware garden lantern by F. Carlton Ball; and stoneware owl by Ruth Eversole.

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Ceramics Monthly: May 1960

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Terra cotta sculpture, Indian Lion, is 8 inches high, shown by Margot Kempe at the recent annual exhibition, The Craftsman Previews the Sixties. See the feature article on page 15.

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Ceramics Monthly: April 1960

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California potters Helen and David Morris are pictured working in their studio in Sausalito. Their experiments with crystalline stoneware glazes are the subject of the feature beginning on page 15.

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Ceramics Monthly: March 1960

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Stoneware jar with lid, reduction glaze over iron, is one of the pots in the Arts of Southern California VI: Ceramics Exhibit at the Long Beach Museum of Arts. See the feature article on page 15. 

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