November 2011 • Table of Contents

Focus: Masters in Clay

There are so many new things like that happening all the time in ceramics, and we try to keep up on as many as we can. —Sherman Hall, Editor

On the cover: Red Carpet (section), 3 ft. (91 cm) in length, coil-built earthenware, cone 04 glaze, red carnations, 2011, by Rebecca Chappell.



In This Issue

Techno File: Suspenders and Binders for Glaze by David Pier
Clay Culture: Cloud Collecting
by Jessica Knapp
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Clay Culture: CSP (Community Supported Pottery)
Clay Culture: Terra Cotta Comeback
by Holly Goring
Studio Visit: Daniel Ricardo Teran
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Couples in Clay
by Michael Lancaster
Juan Granados: Memories of Grief and Consolation by Matthew Kangas
Haejung Lee: No Small Adventure
by Maman Rikin
MFA Factor: School for American Crafts–Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York
Glaze: Snowflake Crackle
by John Britt
Spotlight: From High to Low by Rebecca Chappell
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