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And for this week's 'Feature Friday', an image of Sarah Walton's stunning bird bath. Read all about what inspired such thoughtful pieces in the current issue CR256 and meet her at Art in Clay this weekend. (Image: Sarah Walton, No. 1 Birdbath blue buff, oxidised stoneware, 2011 H78CM)

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Check out Stephen Dixon’s politically charged ceramics in the current issue of CR! “Just when you think you know what he’s up to, he goes and does something completely different. Or so it seems …….”

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Reach for the current copy of CR to find out from Ian Gregory how to build a weekend kiln!

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Explore Ken Price's intensely colourful ceramics in current issue, Jan/Feb no, 259

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Explore Ken Price's intensely colourful ceramics in current issue, Jan/Feb no, 259

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It's Feature Friday time and we have a brand new issue to celebrate! In the September/October issue of Ceramic Review, themed around narrative and text, we have taken a closer look at Jitka Palmer's current, figurative work. Jitka is a potter and painter in equal measures, and this shines through in her work. Take a closer look via her website by clicking on the image, or visit www.ceramicreview.com to purchase a copy of the magazine.

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This week's look at the current issue of CR focuses on Barry Stedman. Strongly influenced by nature, here is one of his drawings his beautiful drawings from Flitwick Moor. It's easy to see how his drawing drives his pot making.

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It's Feature Friday time again. Whilst we await the September/October issue, why not take another look at the July/August feature on Nick Ree's passion for wood firing and relationship with Muchelney Pottery. Here are just some examples of his sublime ceramic bottles.

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