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Ceramics Monthly: May 1967

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South Carolina potter Don Lewis uses native clays for throwing on the wheel, slab and coil building, and sculpting. He and his wife Bennie Lee live in a cottage they built themselves near Campobello; their pioneer-like life provides them with time and leisure to pursue their interest. Lewis is a member of the “12 Designer Craftsmen,” the subject of Roger D. Bonham’s feature story.

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Ceramics Monthly: April 1967

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Lucie Rie is pictured at work at one of her continental-style kick wheels. A feature story on this famed English potter by J. Wandres starts on page 12 of this issue. Photo by the author.

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Ceramics Monthly: March 1967

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Vase of topaz glass with random bubble pattern is by Vladimir Jelinek, glass artist at the Moravian Glassworks in Czechoslovakia. The vase is one of 32 pieces being circulated in this country by the Smithsonian Institute Traveling Exhibition Service; the exhibition was organized and first shown by the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York.

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Ceramics Monthly: February 1967

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“Althea” is the title of Kenneth Bates’ enameled circular plate pictured on our cover. Mr. Bates says that this “is an attempt to exploit the pollen-bearing stamens of a flower. By purposely involving sgraffito and overglaze lines, a sense of complicity is attained without losing the simplicity so often evident in nature forms.” Colors are ruby red over flax.

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Ceramics Monthly: January 1967

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Earthenware Sculpture by Hui Ka-Kwong is hand built, 18 inches by 17 inches, with black and white glaze. The piece was included in the 24th Ceramic National Exhibition at the Everson Museum of art and is a part of the Circulating Exhibition to be seen in galleries and museum throughout the country during the next two years.

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Ceramics Monthly - December 1966

Ceramics Monthly: December 1966

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Ceramic Mosaic was made by F. Carlton Ball, one of the many prominent artist-craftsmen discussed in “California Ceramics,” the Portfolio feature by Janice Lovoos. The individual pieces for Mr. Ball’s mosaic were made from buff, red, and brown-black clays. They were rolled and shaped in the hands, decorated with stamps or found objects, then set in place to create the design. The fired but unglazed pieces were cemented to waterproof plywood to complete the project.

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Ceramics Monthly - November 1966

Ceramics Monthly: November 1966

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Clyde Burt’s “Corner House,” ceramic and wood construction, was a prize winner in “Exhibition 66,” presented by the Beaux Arts Club and the Columbus gallery of fine Arts in May of this year. The piece, which is 19 inches wide and 5 feet high, has a deep red roof and gray walls. The aged wood in the construction includes spindles from an old rocker that arrived in northeastern Ohio on a canal boat. Photo: Gordon Kuster, Jr.

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Ceramics Monthly - October 1966

Ceramics Monthly: October 1966

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The stoneware pots pictured on our cover are from the pottery training center at Abuja, Nigeria. This center, which started operations in 1952 under the direction of Michael Cardew, was established to prevent the national craft of rural pottery from perishing and to train the traditional potters in more advanced methods.

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Ceramics Monthly - September 1966

Ceramics Monthly: September 1966

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Stanley S. Walters encourages the throwing enthusiast to “Stretch Your Capabilities” in his Back-to-Work article. The cover photo shows his recommendation for the outside hand position during the shaping of a large jar on the potter’s wheel.

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Ceramics Monthly - Summer 1966

Ceramics Monthly: June 1966

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Porcelain Covered Jar by Donald E. Frith, Champaign, IL, was exhibited in “Ceramic Arts U.S.A. 1966,” an invitational showing of 102 ceramic pieces sponsored by International Minerals & Chemical Corporation in Skokie, IL. Mr. Frith describes his piece as “a small fluted jar. The copper red reduction glaze breaks to whitish over the flutes and is a very deep red in the flutes. The inside is white translucent glaze.” The piece is 5 inches high.

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