Why would a potter change a very successful, established body of work in order to move in another direction? That's one of the questions Nick Joerling was asked in the March 2011 issue of Ceramics Monthly. In today's post, we'll share the interview and show you some of the old work and the new. Speaking of change, Ceramics Monthly has taken on a few changes of its own lately and the editors are proud to present the fruits of their labor: the relaunch of Ceramics Monthly. You could...

Why would a potter change a very successful, established body of work in order to move in another direction? That's one of the questions Nick Joerling was asked in the March 2011 issue of Ceramics Monthly. In today's post, we'll share the interview and show you some of the old work and the new. Speaking of change, Ceramics Monthly has taken on a few changes of its own lately and the editors are proud to present the fruits of their labor: the relaunch of Ceramics Monthly. You could...

Why would a potter change a very successful, established body of work in order to move in another direction? That's one of the questions Nick Joerling was asked in the March 2011 issue of Ceramics Monthly. In today's post, we'll share the interview and show you some of the old work and the new. Speaking of change, Ceramics Monthly has taken on a few changes of its own lately and the editors are proud to present the fruits of their labor: the relaunch of Ceramics Monthly. You could...

Why would a potter change a very successful, established body of work in order to move in another direction? That's one of the questions Nick Joerling was asked in the March 2011 issue of Ceramics Monthly. In today's post, we'll share the interview and show you some of the old work and the new. Speaking of change, Ceramics Monthly has taken on a few changes of its own lately and the editors are proud to present the fruits of their labor: the relaunch of Ceramics Monthly. You could...

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Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture | nest series. Jenni is featured as Ceramics Monthly's October 2016 Studio Visit artist!

The nest series is about the balance between protecting and trapping. Each nest has an item that is exposed to the viewer through its outer shell but also shielded by its webbing.

Ceramics Monthly's March 2011 cover, featuring Nick Joerling's Compound pocket vase, 12 in. (30 cm) in height, thrown and altered stoneware with resist glaze decoration.

Ceramics Monthly's March 2011 cover, featuring Nick Joerling's Compound pocket vase, 12 in. cm) in height, thrown and altered stoneware with resist glaze decoration.

Ceramics Monthly's December 2014 issue, featuring the work of Nolan Baumgartner on the cover. In this issue, the editorial staff asked five artists (including Baumgartner) a series of questions that covered both the practicalities of designing and making sets meant for use, and the ideas and experiences that inspire them. The artists also share details about their studio process along with slip and glaze recipes. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-december-2014/

Ceramics Monthly's December 2014 issue, featuring the work of Nolan Baumgartner on the cover. In this issue, the editorial staff asked five artists (including Baumgartner) a series of questions that covered both the practicalities of designing and making sets meant for use, and the ideas and experiences that inspire them. The artists also share details about their studio process along with slip and glaze recipes. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-december-2014/

on the cover of Ceramics Monthly's October 2014 issue: Trey Hill’s Navigating the Decline, 4.5 feet (1.4 m) in height, ceramic, underglaze, metal leaf, powder-coated steel, 2013. Photo: Louis Haybeck.

on the cover of Ceramics Monthly's October 2014 issue: Trey Hill’s Navigating the Decline, 4.5 feet (1.4 m) in height, ceramic, underglaze, metal leaf, powder-coated steel, 2013. Photo: Louis Haybeck.

Ceramics Monthly December 2000 Issue Cover, On the Cover: Plates by John Calver

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