ClayCraft magazine is a must-have for ceramic enthusiasts, packed with fun and inspirational pottery projects for all levels. A monthly subscription of ClayCraft magazine offers an exciting mix of information and inspiration on the world of ceramics, with practical step-by-step projects, essential clay choice and design tips, as well as interviews with individual pottery makers. Whether you are a beginner to the world of pottery, a student or a professional, ClayCraft magazine is an essential read for makers at any level. Inside every issue, you’ll find advice for pottery novices who are brand new to the world of ceramics, tips for intermediate makers looking to improve their skills and challenging projects for the professional clay makers out there. If you’re looking for a ceramics magazine that combines inspiration and information on the popular world of clay making, then ClayCraft magazine is the perfect read for you.
DESIGNER AND MAKER FAIR
LUCIE RIE: The Adventure of Pottery
ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART SCHOLARSHIPS
THROWN CAMEMBERT BAKER • If you don’t like baked camembert, this little dish is the perfect size for two good servings of anything that needs baking in the oven, but it works equally well as a simple serving dish
GARDEN LANTERN • Lanterns are great for lighting up the garden. Make one to sit at the centre of the table, or several to dot around the garden to create little pockets of light
HONEY POT AND DRIZZLER • Mmm… bread and butter with honey, what could be more delicious? Of course, not everyone likes honey, but for those who do, why not make this sweet little beehive pot to serve it in, complete with a drizzler to transfer it to the bread
CLAY WORKS STUDIOS
A COPY OF WILD CLAY IN OUR FREE PRIZE DRAW
RING VASE • You may well be aware of the thrown version of this type of vase, but for those who don’t have a wheel or prefer to hand-build, this is a great alternative
The Accidental Studio
RICE PAPER DECALS • Rice paper underglaze transfers (decals) are an exciting option for decorating greenware and offer an excellent opportunity for experimentation. They can be applied in several ways, either singly or in combination, to create vibrant, decorative surfaces. Here is just one approach to applying them, but we will expand on this in future issues.