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cover: Monica Ripley’s dinner plates, 12 in. (30 cm) in diameter, porcelain, copper slip decoration, oxidation-fired to cone 10, 2014.

 

In this issue, we cover the careers of several working potters who have either transitioned into life as a working artist from another career or from school, apprenticeships, and internships within the last 10 years or so. Their paths are varied and provide insight into both the satisfaction and stress of making a living in clay.

 

—Sherman Hall, Editor.

 

Read the full Letter From the Editor.

 

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In this issue:


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Exposure: 

Images from current and

upcoming exhibitions.

 

Clay Culture:

The Talavera Tradition
by Lauren Karle

Working Potter:

Yasha Butler

 

     

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Working Potter: East
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Working Potter:

Monica Ripley

Working Potter:

Birdie Boone

     

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Working Potter:

Adam Frew

Working Potter:

Kyla Toomey

 

Review

Flow: NCECA

Invitational Exhibition 
by Heidi McKenzie

     

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Review

Becoming: Refrain,

The Work of Hsu

Yunghsu 

by Virginia Pfau

How Low Can You Go? 

by Bryan Hopkins

 

Techno File:

Raw Glazing,

Single Firing

by Steven Hill

     

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Tips and Tools: 

Control at the Top

by Jim Wylder

 

Recipes:

Working Potters

East Fork Pottery

and Kyla Toomey

share their

White Trailing Slip

and Cone 6 Matte

Glaze Recipes

Spotlight:

Pop-Up Shows

by Sarita Koivukoski

     
     

 

   

 

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