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Ceramics Monthly: January 1985

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On the cover, Arnold Zimmerman’s studio. This Brooklyn ceramist builds forms from thick coils, then deeply carves and shapes them. 

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Ceramics Monthly: December 1984

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Thrown and assembled columns, the tallest 93 inches in height, with extruded additions, embedded glass shards, stains and glazes, by Jamie Walker.

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Ceramics Monthly: November 1984

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Wheel-thrown covered jar, 14 inches in height, porcelain, with hand-formed and extruded additions, glazed, sandblasted, by Don Pilcher.

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Ceramics Monthly: October 1984

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Porcelain covered jar, 30 inches in height, wheel thrown, altered, incised through thick porcelain slip, soda vapor glazed, by Chris Staley.

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Ceramics Monthly: September 1984

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Dessert/luncheon set, serving platter (detail) 13 inches in diameter, wheel-thrown and slab-built porcelain, by Michael Lambert.

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Ceramics Monthly: June/July/August 1984

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Japanese-born ceramist Jun Kaneko amid his 7-ton sculptures in a kiln at the Omaha Brick Works, Nebraska. Jun rented the old beehive kiln to build and fire eight monumental works, a project that lasted nine months.

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Ceramics Monthly: May 1984

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“Fire Totem”, cast and handbuilt clay with low-fire glazes, lusters, acrylic paint, rayon flocking, metal flake glitter, by Toby Buonagurio.

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Ceramics Monthly: April 1984

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Thrown stoneware vase, 11 inches in height, Bristol-type glaze over Albany slip, by Maija Grotell.

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Ceramics Monthly: March 1984

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“Soup in Sandwich,” 19 inches in height, entirely constructed of white earthenware, with low-fire commercial glazes, by David Gilhooly. A completely functional tureen, the top slice of “bread” may be lifted to reveal a smoothly glazed interior, while the protruding “stalk of celery” is the handle for a metal ladle.

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Ceramics Monthly: February 1984

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Thrown stoneware bowl, 19 inches in diameter, raised slip trailing of bamboo leaf patterns with the Japanese character meaning “joy” in the center, celadon glaze, by Kanjiro Kawai.

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