Focus: Working Potters
I enjoy the labor required in the ceramics studio; the physical effort required to change one object into raw material for the creation of another object is transformative not only for the material, but for my understanding of how the world fits together, of how many things we take for granted. —Sherman Hall, Editor
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On the cover: Mark Knott’s watering can, 13 in. (33 cm) in height, wheel-thrown and altered porcelain with flashing slip and copper blue glaze decoration, soda fired to cone 6. Photo: Walter Montgomery.