June/July/August 2013 • Table of Contents

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Focus: Working Potters

On the cover: Matthew Chamber’s Deep Twist, from the Slant Series, 16in. (40 cm) in height, wheel thrown and handbuilt stoneware, fired approximately to 2200 degrees Fahrenheit, 2012. Photo: Steve Thearle. 



In This Issue

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Working Potter: Chris Keenan
WP_BBrisco
Working Potter: Bryce Brisco
WP_LDavies
Working Potter: Lowri Davies
WP_BRJones
Working Potter: Brian R. Jones
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Working Potter: Rae Dunn
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Working Potter: Nan Coffin
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Low Firing with Wood
by Richard W. James
CMJJA13_Spotlight_Objective_Clay
Spotlight: Objective Clay
by Doug Peltzman
CMJJA13_Exposure_JJA_CM
Exposure: Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
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Studio Visit: Matthew Chambers, Newport, Isle of Wight, England
How to Approach a Ceramic Gallery
Clay Culture: Moon Jars
by Gareth Mason
How to Approach a Ceramic Gallery
Clay Culture: Janet Mansfield (1934-2013)
by Sherman Hall
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Exhibition Review: 2013 NCECA Biennial Juried Exhibition
Reviewed by Anthony Merino
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Chalk Line Color
by Richard W. James
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Techno File: Pinholing
by Dave Finkelnburg
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Tips and Tools: Floating Straw Hydrometer
by Roger Graham
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