February 2010 • Table of Contents

Focus: Pottery and Industry

Most of us in studio ceramics see ourselves as separate from industrial ceramics. The differences are clear; "we" make things by hand and "they" don't; we make one-of-a-kind objects and they don't; we make limited, short-run lines of work for a relatively small audience, and they make large production runs for mass consumption. However, I would argue that there are more similarities than differences, and there is a whole lot of middle ground where industry and the studio overlap.—Sherman Hall, Editor

On the cover: 8.5 Collection, to 15 in. (38 cm) in height, glazed porcelain, designed and introduced in 2008, by KleinReid (James Klein and David Reid).



In This Issue

The Industry of Making Pots
by Donald Clark
Going Industrial: The Expectations and Reality of Embracing Mass Production
by David Pier
Lysohir2
From Personal to Universal: Marilyn Lysohir’s Good Girls 1968
by Glen R. Brown
Deborah Schwartzkopf: Full Circle
by Molly Hatch
David Scott Smith: A Bricolage of Light
by Glen R. Brown
Brandon Reese: The Structure of Things
by John Zimmerman
Studio Visit: Erin Furimsky, Bloomington, Illinois

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