On the Cover: Free Form by Dorothy Perkins
Our cover this month amplifies the theme of Dorothy Perkins’ article (page 14): that nature suggests free forms. You won’t find leaves, stones, or flower petals—as such—in the asymmetric pot. They’re there in essence only.
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In this issue:
Nature Offers Suggestions: Free Form
A Potter’s Markets by T.A. Randall
Midwest Craftsmen’s Seminar by E. James Brownson
Test Your Clay by J. Sheldon Carey
Crazing by Edgar Littlefield
Decorate with Engobes! by Karl Martz
“I Build a Kiln’ by Henry Bollman
Answers to Questions
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