Check out the Gallery Guide Section of the October 2014 tablet edition!


1014_CM_Tablet_HatchTablet Extras in the October Issue



  • Molly Hatch’s installation process for Physic Garden at the High Museum of Art.
  • Ronald Shaw’s Onggi Wheel Construction and Pot Building.



  • More process and final images from Molly Hatch’s installation at the High Museum of Art.
  • More images from Bill Griffith’s collector article.
  • Additional images of finished work by Trey Hill and Po-Wen Liu.
  • Additional artists participating in the exhibitions featured in Exposure section.


And More

  • Check out the 360-degree view of a pitcher by Julia Galloway in the From our Collection section.

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Along with Bill Griffith’s article on collecting in the Clay Culture section is Bill’s 2011 article on how to make a handleless pitcher.


In addition to Emily Schroeder Willis’ studio visit article, we have an excerpt from her March/April 2013 Pottery Making Illustrated article on how to make pinched pitchers.



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