Ceramics Art + Perception #120


  • Akiko Hirai by Max Waterhouse
  • Rick Hintze: Born of the Soil at Guild Gallery, New York CitY by Janet Koplos
  • Linda Sormin: at the Edge of Capacity by Natalie Baerselman le Gros
  • Remembering Lucie by Sebastian Blackie
  • Goldmark at 50 by Max Waterhouse
  • Five Fabulous Femmes. Six in Total by Bernadette Mansfield
  • Artist's Inner Expression in the Form of Public Art by Arpita Bhattacharya
  • Yeo Byonguk’s Vessels: from Silence to Being by Jisu Hong
  • Form as Embodied Place: The Pottery of Willi Singleton by Andrew Buck
  • The epistemology of throwing by Aishwarya Satyavrat Pendharkar
  • British Ceramics Biennial AWARD 2023 by Clare Wood
  • Our Pottery Story by Heather Carlile
  • Nostalgia, Desire, Wonder: The work of Jason Bige Burnett by Elaine O Henry
  • Kathy Butterly at James Cohan Gallery, New York City by Janet Koplos

  • Walter Keeler: A Life in Shards. In conversation after his solo show at Llantarnam Grange, Cymru by Natasha Mayo
  • Corresponding with landscape: my journey during the Aberystwyth Artistic Residency by Larissa Guida Lock
  • Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art Hayward Gallery, London, 26 October '22 - 8 January 2023 by Dr Cliff Lauson
  • Typography in Contemporary Turkish Ceramic Art by Sanver Özgüven
  • Why the Depiction of Children on Ceramics was important during The Qing Dynasty (1636-1912) by Li Kunyuan and Liang Hui’e
  • Meissen Artisan Series: An analysis of the ‘Potter’ Figure by Assoc. Prof. Hasan Başkırkan
  • Finding the Key by Sebastian Blackie
  • Gay Smith: Animating the Clay by Janet Koplos



  • Degradation (and Mechanism) of Kanthal APM Heating Elements through Electric Kiln Firing by Craig Caudill and Ryan Coppage
  • Q&A: Heat Transfer by Jeff Zamek
  • Q&A: Wedging Table by Jeff Zamek
  • Q&A: Glaze Additives by Jeff Zamek

Cover image: Akiko Hirai, Moon Jar green, applied porcelain, 58 x 55 cm.