February 2011 • Table of Contents

Focus: Clay and Design

We are, in effect, relaunching Ceramics Monthly. Yes, it will have a new look, including a new logo (what better way to signal a change?), but it will also have a renewed focus on the studio, and several new items of content to address that focus. -Sherman Hall, Editor

On the cover: Core, sculpture made using the creamer form from the KAHLA “Matinee Collection.” Created during the KAHLA Kreativ InVenture workshop in KAHLA, Germany by Eva Aebi, (Switzerland). This and other works made in Kahla were on view through January 16 at the Grassi Museum of Applied Art in Leipzig, Germany. Photo: Gunter Binsack. Copyright KAHLA/ Thüringen Porcelain LLC.



In This Issue

All That Glisters: Trudy Golley’s Exploration of Durable Luster Technology
by Paul Leathers
Ceramic Canvas: Using Substrates
by Robin Hopper
artistic development
InVenture at KAHLA
by Johannes Nagel
Aesthetics and Environment, Kilns and Carbon by Denise Joyal
MFA Factor: University of Georgia, Athens
Child’s Play? The Sculpture of Raymond Gonzalez by Jarma R. Jones
Studio Visit: Brendan Tang
Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada

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