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Ceramic Review Gallery Jan/Feb Edition

I was really pleased to have my "Pisces" pot featured in Ceramic Review's current January/February edition.

It's in the Gallery section, and from previous experience- it's tremendously difficult to get your work submitted! I was lucky this time, a good photo helped- which seemed to capture the essence of the pot.

Anyhow- at £9.50 per copy- CR mag is not cheap- but you can subscribe to it's online edition for a lot less than the print edition. It's always a fascinating read for potters, and full of good ideas and often quite radical work. On the front cover is sculptor Kerry Jameson.

That's my pot in the bottom left corner. 


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