J. Sheldon Carey introduces “upside-down throwing” as a way to make a very tall pot in one section. The method is unorthodox—but for Carey it works. The potter heads the Ceramic Division of the Design Department at the University of Kansas.
The ceramics and traditions of Japan today as reported by a traveling American potter Walter Donald Kring.
This month features articles on glazes and techniques, decorating with frits, ceramic sculpture and much more.
In this issue ceramic scuplture, glazing techniques, prepared lusters and much more.
Our cover story this month is on Bernard de Palissy (1510-1589).
Starting this month is a series of articles on ceramic sculpture from the book “Ceramic Sculpture” by John Kenny.
Our cover story is by Karl Martz, an instructor in ceramic art at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Mr. Martz has won a variety of prizes in American ceramic competitions.
In this issue traditional potters John and Esther Sills of Redwood City, California. In steering their way between the commercial and the unique, these potters have had to make occasional compromises because of the need to make a living.
Our cover this month, by Gordon Keith, depicts some of the winners selected from the pages of this, our First Annual “Show Time” issue. We’re sure you will recognize them.