In this Issue

Focus: Installation

The January issue, for me, is always exciting. It’s the beginning of a new volume year of the magazine, and while we adjust and make improvements throughout the year, this issue is the one where it makes the most sense to implement new ideas and shuffle things just a bit more than usual. —Sherman Hall, Editor.

On the cover: David Hicks' Still Life (vivid), 5 ft. 10 in. (1.8 m.) in height, terra cotta, steel, cable, hardware, 2001.  Hicks' work was on view in January and February 2014 at Cross Mackenzie Gallery in Washington DC. For more information on the show, visit www.crossmackenzie.com.

In This Issue

Transitioning Environments: Marianne McGrath Landscapes LostTransitioning Environments: Gail Heidel Urban FluxTransitioning Environments: Jessica Kreutter Change in Adaptation

Transitioning Environments: David Hicks Organically InspiredTransitioning Environments: Del Harrow Investigating Clay as a Cultural and Phenomenological MaterialTransitioning Environments: Nicholas Kripal Sacred Spaces

Leopold Foulem: The Object is also a Sign by Matthew KangasLiz Quackenbush: Beyond Heirarchies by Glen R. Brown

Departments

Exposure
Clay Culture: Ernabella in Jingdezhen by Heidi McKenzie
Studio Visit: Matt Schiemann, St. Petersburg, Florida
Residencies and Fellowships 2014
Tips and Tools: Depth and Field by Jim Wylder
Techno File: Frits by Dave Finkelnburg
Recipes: Matt Schiemann's Glazes for Wood Firing & Liz Quackenbush's Majolica Glazes
Spotlight: A Successful Residency by Jill Oberman