Branch bottle, 25 inches high, by collaborators Denis Chasek and Jan Parshall of Akron; “Barn Owl” by Hugh Moore of Cleveland; “Trick Horse,” 18 inches high, by Roy N. Mills of Youngstown. See page 34 for more about this show.
Hal Fromhold’s Multiple Pots are inspired by beach scenes.
In this issue Phyllis Cusick’s Christmas ornaments, earthenware from Karl Martz, holiday sparkle with glass from Kay Kinney and much more.
In this issue Nativity in clay, enameled tree trimmings, ornaments from glass, and much more.
F. Carlton Ball, in his feature article this month, writes that a visit to a cactus garden started him working on this trend. The forms and textures were so beautiful and intriguing he knew he had to try to reflect them in clay.
Starting this month are two new series: Kiln-Formed Glass by Kay Kinney and The Lively Art of Earthenware by Karl Martz.
In this issue F. Carlton Ball continues his piece on glaze-making materials, Marc Bellaire demonstrates his underglaze painting, Hal Riegger writes about raku and so much more.
A “kissin’ cousin” to ceramics and enameling, Kiln-Formed Glass makes its debut in this issue. The photo shows a variety of gaily decorated glass shapes strung up as a dramatic mobile.
A lively charm is displayed in the group of stoneware bottles by Loris Love Suite. These little bottle-figures range in size from 10¾ inches to 11½ inches in height and are decorated in tans, blues and white. Miss Suite received top award for this group in the Creative Crafts Show featured on page 14.