According to the creators of the magazine, a whole range of professionals in the industry read Ceramic Review on a regular basis. It is a skilfully made magazine and will openly welcome ideas and submissions from its readers. The magazine contains a detailed programme of exhibitions as well as interviews with the best potters around who are making heads turn in the industry. Ceramic Review is one of a handful of regular magazines that entirely focus on the craft.
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This magazine is nicely produced which we think the creative reader will enjoy. It is entirely dedicated to ceramics and all the processes that are involved with it. The work it covers can be anything from giant sculptures to small pots and plates. The magazine looks at the broad spectrum which the craft encompasses and doesn’t just focus on one aspect of making ceramics. From Tessa Eastman who makes fantasy ceramic cakes to Fenella Elms who produces more abstract work which often contains illusions, we think there will be something in here to interest any budding potter or indeed any readers who are simply interesting in art.
Ceramic Review will also often take an interesting look at the history of ceramics and making pottery. The articles will look at the growing trend for the art form through-out history and why the art gained more and more popularity. The publication will also look at the relation of ceramics to other forms of art such as painting and illustrations which can often co-exist together, such as the trend for creating painted ceramic vases. These sections will help you to ponder the craft on another level and hopefully increase your understanding.