The Journal of Australian Ceramics (JAC), Australia’s most widely read triennial contemporary ceramics magazine, is a valuable resource for professional and amateur ceramicists, students, galleries, arts administrators, curators, buyers and passionate collectors.
MILTON MOON TRIBUTE
AN IDEA NEEDING TO BE MADE
Editor Vicki Grima says: “These pages are full of stories about porcelain from the potters and artists in Australia who are pushing the boundaries of this amazing material. The challenges posed by smooth white clay are many and varied, and the results are as diverse as you can imagine. Ebony Russell pipes gooey porcelain to recreate her memories of childhood; Steve Sheridan shares his personal methods of working with porcelain; Jack Balfour recycles porcelain using a self-built contraption; and John Manning makes the best succulent pots I’ve seen in a long time! … and loads more as always!
583 artists: Kelly Austin, Jack Balfour, Andrea Barker, Dawn Beasley, Nerida Bell, Bertonni, Pie Bolton, Kevin Boyd, Joanne Braddy, Janine Brody, Matt Butterworth, Bronwyn Clarke, Yuro Cuchor, Johanna DeMaine, John Dermer, Scott Duncan, Helen Earl, Victor Greenaway, Kylie Gusset, Naomi Hobson, Sally Hook, Colin Hopkins, Marita Knutsen, Kayabuki Kobo, John Manning, Curt McDonald, Milton Moon, Marino Moretti, Danny Murphy, Sassy Park, Robyn Phelan, RMIT ceramics students, RRAA, Ray Rogers, Fran Romano, Ebony Russell, Owen Rye, Steve Sheridan, Liz Sofield, Merrilyn Stock, Lia Tajcnar, Tatsuya Tsutsui, Kenji Uranishi, Angela Valamanesh, Andrea Vinkovic, Kati Watson and Gerry Wedd.
All our ceramics are handmade and as such dimensions and surface finish may vary slightly between products.