February 2012 • Table of Contents

Focus: Clay and Design

Throughout the process of trying to make something new in the studio (a new rim on a plate in hopes that it will catch a runny glaze just right, a new foot on the bowls so they lift up rather than sit down), I cannot help but compare it to the development of ideas for a new column in the magazine. —Sherman Hall, Editor

On the cover: Molly Hatch’s Semiotics Mug Collection, inlaid and hand-painted stoneware mugs manufactured for Anthropologie, 2011. Photo: Courtesy of Anthropologie.

In This Issue

Clay Culture: Materials Mines by Jessica Knapp high resolution PDF (4.2MB)
Clay Culture: Clay Culture: Letter to Linda by Steven Lee
Clay Culture: Malcolm Davis
by Sherman Hall
Studio Visit: Eric Boos
Prescott, Arizona
Greg Payce: Illusions
by Heidi McKenzie
Molly Hatch’s Moment
by Sarah Werthan Buttenwieser
Succulent Curiosity: The Ceramics of Angela Cunningham by Ben Eberle
Jeremy Hatch: Clay on the Boundary
by Emily Donahoe
Jason Bige Burnett: From Found Art to Found Artist by Katey Schultz
Glaze: Cool Colors
by Linda Bloomfield
Justin Rothshank: Fatherhood
by Liz Howe
George Rodriguez: “Symbiotic/Parasitic”
by Matthew Kangas
Techno File: Warping
by Dave Finkelnburg
Spotlight: Down to Business
by Bret Bortner


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