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Issue No 96 CM

Ceramics by Carol McNicoll

Ornamenation with Attitude THE CERAMICS OF CAROL McNICOLL Carol McNicoll’s approach to ceramics and her commitment to complexity have played a compelling role in taking the medium beyond the dictates of tradition and ubiquitous utility. Profile by Ian Wilson. IT was an exhib ...

Issue No 96 PRP

Sculpture by Peter Randall-Page

PETER RANDALL-PAGE Peter Randall-Page is an internationally recognised British artist who creates large-scale stone sculptures and drawings that are inspired by natural phenomena and its impact upon our emotions or imagination. Profile by Helen Cobby. IT was a chilly morning ...

96 pg 50 Derek Weidman

Wood by Derek Weidman

DEREK WEIDMAN: CIRCLING NATURE The work of Derek Weidman builds upon traditions of art in wood by combining diverse genres and an idiosyncratic exploration of form and colour. Profile by Kevin V. Wallace. DEREK Weidman is an artist who utilizes machinery to speak of nature. ...

96 pg 112 Pauline Burbidge

Textiles by Pauline Burbidge

PAULINE Burbidge made her first art quilt in 1976, three years after graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design with a diploma in fashion and textiles. Four decades on, Twisted Thread held a retrospective of the work she had made in the intervening year ...

End of cycle announcement

THIS is the last issue of Craft Arts International that Jenie Thomas and I will publish. It was a hard decision for us to make and not without considerable reluctance, but under the present circumstances, an essential one. This final edition has been compiled and edited with ...

Issue No 96 LT

Glass by Louis Thompson

ELEMENTS OF INTERACTIVITY Works in glass by Louis Thompson Louis Thompson is one of the most exciting glass artists working in Britain today who uses his investigative skill to playfully explore new ways of creating aesthetic works in glass. Profile by Cathryn Shilling. LOUI ...

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Metalwork by Malcolm Appleby

Malcolm Appleby at 70 Carving and engraving are the techniques most closely associated with Malcolm Appleby’s work which ranges from large-scale publicly commissioned objects to the intimacy of small vessels and jewellery. Text by Elizabeth Moignard. THIS year invites us to ...

Ruth Shelley - Indian Intarsia

British Glass Biennale 2015

Ruth Shelly: Winner of the Glass sellers Award ‘Indian’ Intarsia, 2014. Bullseye sheet glass, fused, gravity slumped form, sandblasted 11.5 x 16 x 27cms.  Photo Credit: Haydn Denman Ashraf Hanna. Overall Winner. Untitled 1. Bullseye glass . Kiln-Cast.  32 x ...

Issue 95 Carina Ciscato

Ceramics by Carina Ciscato-Issue 95

The Architecture of Vessels CERAMICS BY CARINA CISCATO Carina Ciscato’s ceramics are quietly powerful with a strong architectural presence owing to their intersecting geometric structure, rippled surfaces and muted palette. Profile by Corinne Julius. THE forms of Carina Cisc ...

Issue 95 Eleanor Lakelin

Wood by Eleanor Lakelin-Issue 95

Between Creation and Decay THE WOODWORKING OF ELEANOR LAKELIN From her recent work it might seem that Eleanor Lakelin is a long established woodturner, however she came late to the field following a successful career in furniture design. Text by Corinne Julius. VESSELS bleac ...