December 2012 • Table of Contents

Focus: Functional Discussions

In this issue, we’ve asked several makers to describe not only their process for making one of their functional pieces, but the value they hope their work carries that is beyond its basic function—and we hope you value their efforts as much as we do.—Sherman Hall, Editor

On the cover: Peter Pincus’ Blue Line Shift, to 11 in. (28 cm) in height, colored porcelain, fired in an electric kiln to cone 6.



In This Issue

Exposure: Images from current and upcoming exhibitions.
Clay Culture: Indivisible Mug
by Holly Goring   
PotBook
Clay Culture:  Edmund De Waal's The Pot Book by Jessica Knapp
PeaceByPiece
Clay Culture: Peace by Piece
by Karen Heid
PeterPincusCups
Painting Pots from the Inside
by Peter Pincus
JohnNeely
John Neely: Ceramics Mechanics
by Glen R. Brown
KrystalCrabb
From Rough Cut to Soft Form
by Krystal Crabb
HannahMeredith
A Balancing Act
by Hannah Meredith
LarsWesby
Sculptural Platters
by Lars Westby  
BenjaminLira
Heads and Pots
by Mark Shapiro
AmySmithSV
Studio Visit: Amy Smith
Lincoln, Nebraska
Viscosity
Techno File: Viscosity
by Tina Gebhart
DialInLevel
Tips and Tools: Dial-in Level
by Jim Wylder
TedAdler
Exhibition Review: Serendipity: An International Exhibition of Wood-fired Sculpture by Kevin Crowe   
RobertArchambeau
Exhibition Review: David Kaye Gallery: Robert Archambeau by Heidi McKenzie   
GenerationalShift
Spotlight: Generational Shift
by Emily Schroeder Willis
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