Issue 13 • 2011


Interpreting Ceramics
(*)Articles & Reviews

Cockerel plate, 23cm. Carmarthen Museum Abergwili


Llanelly Pottery: A Welsh Metonym

by Kathy Talbot

‘Drape’ patterned jug showing lustre appearing as copper when painted on blue and pink when painted on white.


Gaudy Welsh China:
History, Technology, Design and Decoration

by Jennifer Lewis

Edmund de Waal, ‘Cupboard Cargo’, High Cross House Modern Home: An intervention by Edmund de Waal, 1999.


Museums and the 'Interstices of Domestic Life':
Re-articulating Domestic Space in Contemporary Ceramics Practice

by Laura Gray

Makers: a history of American studio craft

Book Review by Martina Margetts

Makers: a history of American studio craft

Author: Janet Koplos and Bruce Metcalf

A Chosen Path, the Ceramic Art of Karen Karnes

Book Reviews by Moira Vincentelli

A Chosen Path, the Ceramic Art of Karen Karnes

Editors: Mark Shapiro with foreword by Garth Clark and
contributions by Peter Held, Christopher Benfey, Jody Clowes, Janet Koplos,
Edward Lebow and Karen Karnes

In the Language of Silence, the Art of Toshiko Takaezu

Editor: Peter Held with foreword by Jack Larsen and contributions by Paul Smith, Janet Koplos, Donal Fletcher, Jeff Schlanger



Ceramics and Sculpture: Different Disciplines
and Shared Concerns

A Call for Papers for a One-Day Conference to be held in Cardiff at Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales
5 July 2012

      NB. A Word document is available to download at the end of each article.
(*)  Articles & Reviews • Issue 13