Glazed porcelain canister, thrown, with pulled handle and fluted wall is by Joe Zeller of Athens, Ohio. This potter was one of 132 craft artists accepted in the Marietta College Crafts National Exhibition. Other works from this show are presented beginning on page 52.
Three red earthenware goblets, approximately 5, 7 and 6 inches in height, tin glazed with on-glaze brushwork. The form on the right illustrates the reduction-fired copper and silver luster decoration for which Alan is most widely known. This ceramist is the subject of an article beginning on page 33.
White porcelain bottle with underglaze blue decoration, Yi dynasty (late 18th century A.D.), 14 inches in height. This form was among 345 objects presented in “5000 Years of Korean Art,” at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Organized by the National Museum of Korea, other works in the show are presented in an article beginning on page 91.
Porcelain teapot, 8½ inches in height, thrown, with incised banding and copper red glaze, by Tom Coleman. The Canby, Oregon, studio potter was among a national selection of those exhibiting in :Functional Ceramics 1979,” subject of this month’s cover story beginning on page 70.
Curt Hoard decorates a large form with incising and underglazes on stage at the NCECA/SuperMud conference recently held at Pennsylvania State University, University Park. This, the largest gathering of ceramists in history, is the subject of Ron Lang’s article beginning on page 27.