What would I make? Exactly what I’m making. I’ve made my choices, and the work I make is the result of those choices. I think this is true for all of us, whether we’re in full-time production or making one-offs on a very part-time schedule.

—Sherman Hall, Editor
 

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cover: Detail of Mineo Mizuno’s 23577 X Zero, 4 ft. 1/2 in. (1.2 m.) in diameter, 2009.

   
In this issue:


 

 

 

Mineo Mizuno: Water,
Silence, Zero 

by Kathleen Whitney 

 

Sanam Emami: Channeling the
Silk Road

by Glen R. Brown 

 

Infinite Interpretations

by Christina Bryer  

 

 

     
     

Studio Visit: 

Betsy Williams, Dixon,
New Mexico

Clay Culture: 

Bomb Pots

by Debra Chronister 

Clay Culture: 

The Last Sane Man 
by Mark Hewitt 

     
     

Exhibition Review: 

Go East: Canadians Create in
China
Reviewed by Heidi McKenzie  

Exhibition Review: 
No Rules: Contemporary Clay

Reviewed by Emily Schroeder Willis 

 

Techno File:

Shrinkage 

by Dave Finkelnburg 

 

     
     

Tips and Tools: 

Sgraffito Tools 

by Nancy Gallagher 

Exposure:

Current and Upcoming 
Exhibitions

Spotlight: 

Dinnerware Museum

by Dr. Margaret Carney 

     
     

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