Ceramics Monthly should be selling prints of these old covers... Found via SF Girl by Bay.

cathy of california: ceramics monthly magazine covers 1953 - 54

ceramics monthly magazine covers 1953 - 54. Anyone know the artist who did the covers??

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pinkpagodastudio: Finnish Ceramics--Sarita Koivukoski. Sarita was featured as the Spotlight artist in the June/July/August 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly. She discussed how pop-up shops are a part of her marketing strategy. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-junejulyaugust-2014/

Sarita Koivukoski Sarita Koivukoski Sarita Koivukoski Sarita Koivukoski via Paloni --where you'll find some of her dishes for.

Buncheong Bottle, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910), 15th century, 14.7 inches in height. In the November 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly Sam Chung discusses how his work has changed throughout his career and some of the major influences behind his work. Chung mentions that he is currently focusing back on traditional Korean bottle forms, particularly the rice-bale bottle forms from the Joseon Dynasty. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-november-2014/

Buncheong Bottle, Joseon dynasty century, inches in height.

Glazing and slip-application technique for leather-hard cups - wax foot, blow up a balloon, twist and hold tight, tilt and shake off drips, then sponge foot before setting onto a ware board. Nice.

Glazing and slip-application technique for leather-hard cups - wax foot, blow up a balloon, twist and hold tight, tilt and shake off drips, then sponge foot before setting onto a ware board.

Snowflake Crackle recipes from John Britt's article on the subject, which appeared in the November 2011 issue of Ceramics Monthly on pages 60-64. To view the other articles in the issue, or purchase a pdf download so you can read the entire article, click here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-november-2011/

Crazy Beautiful Crazing: Uncovering the Mysteries of Snowflake Crackle Glazes - Ceramic Arts Daily

Cup by Susan Filley. Filley's studio was featured in the Studio Visit section of Ceramics Monthly's  November 2013 issue. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-november-2013-2/

Cup by Susan Filley. Filley's studio was featured in the Studio Visit section…

George Lowe's pitchers. Lowe was featured in the June/July/August 2012 issue of Ceramics Monthly as part of the Working Potters focus.

Pitchers from George Lowe, Decorah IA, potter

Ceramics Monthly's September 2014 issue, featuring Bede Clarke's work on the cover. The piece is an earthenware bowl with slip, underglaze and glaze, completed in 2013. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-september-2014/

Bowl, x Bede Clarke

The December 2013 issue of Ceramics Monthly featured a porcelain vase made by Seiko Wakasugi on the cover. Photo: Tadayuki Minamoto.

Seiko WAKASUGI, Japan, 若杉聖子, The December 2013 issue of Ceramics Monthly featured a porcelain vase made by Seiko Wakasugi on the cover.

Ryan Greenheck's vase. Greenheck was one of Ceramics Monthly's 2011 Working Potters in the June/July/August issue. His studio is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-junejulyaugust-2011/

Greenheck was one of Ceramics Monthly's 2011 Working Potters in the June/July/August issue. His studio is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Amelia Stamps' vase. Stamps was selected as one of Ceramics Monthly's Working Potters in the June/July/August 2015 issue. Stamps' studio is located in Lexington, Kentucky. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-junejulyaugust-2015/

Stamps was selected as one of Ceramics Monthly's Working Potters in the June/July/August 2015 issue. Stamps' studio is located in Lexington, Kentucky.

Bede Clarke's Pitcher, 7 in. (18 cm) in height,  wheel-thrown and altered stoneware, Rhodes Crackle Slip, Malcolm Davis Red Shino glaze, fired in a wood kiln, 2010. Clarke's work is discussed by Glen R. Brown in the September 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly.  Want the Rhodes Crackle Slip recipe? See page 68 of the issue.  Want the Malcolm Davis Shino recipe? Visit www.ceramics monthly.org. See the table of contents: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-september-2014/

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zemer peled

zemer peled (The Jealous Curator)

ceramic flower decorative sculpture made by Israeli artist Zemer Peled

Steps to Building a Soda Kiln. http://www.primalmommy.com/buildacat.html This board was inspired by Nolan Baumgartner's and Brenda Lichman's soda-fired work (both were featured artists in the December 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthhly). Visit, http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-december-2014/ to learn more about the December 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

Steps to Building a Soda Kiln

Bill Wilkey's Two-quart lidded juice pitcher, 13 in. (33 cm) in height, wheel-thrown, altered, and handbuilt porcelaneous stoneware, flashing slips, glazes, soda fired to a hot cone 10, 2013. This originally appeared in the May 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly. Wilkey was one of Ceramics Monthly's 2014 Emerging artists. To learn more, click here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-may-2014/

Ceramics Monthly May 2014 - Ceramics Monthly

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