Focus: Emerging Artists

Sixteen artists working in all manner of studio ceramic practice put their best foot forward. The results show that clay continues to be used in incredibly innovative and exciting ways!


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In this issue:

Shay Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan

Jeremy Randall, Tully, New York

Magdalene Gluszek, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Joanna Powell, Dallas, Texas

Nathan Craven, Helena, Montana

Brenda Lichman, Denton, Texas

Merrie Wright, Tyler, Texas

Stephanie Craig, Strongsville, Ohio

John Utgaard, Murray, Kentucky

Ryan Olsen, Red Lodge, Montana

Joseph Page, Walla Walla, Washington

Shanna Fliegel, Tarrytown, New York

Andréa Keys, Athens, Ohio

Clay Leonard, Bowling Green, Ohio

Raymond González, Gainesville, Florida

Melissa Griffin, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Three Generations of Hamada Potters
by Andrew L. Maske

From establishing the Mingei legacy in Mashiko, Japan, to incorporating global influences, Hamada pots-whether Shoji, Shinsaku or Tomoo-are less about lineage and more about quality and relevance.


De-Constructing Anne Hirondelle
by Matthew Kangas

A well-established artist renews her approach to making and “emerges” once again with a new body of work.

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