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  1. Hello all, I was reading the Crafts Magazine from last March and they mentioned this new book, The Ceramic Reader by Kevin Petrie (Bloomsbury publishing). They praised it really highly in their review but it's quite an investment. The printed version is over 100$ and the ebook version over 30$. It is supposed to contain lots of essays on ceramics in general from a wide range of angles. So I wanted to know if anyone here had read it or at least flipped through, and what your thoughts are on it in general? Thank you
  2. Since I can't work with clay for a certain time, but can't be without either, I was looking for books I could read about our passion. And just in time our colleague Edmund de Waal's new book is on the market. I've already read a third of the book and it's a real page turner if you are obsessed with clay and, in particular, porcelain. Edmund de Waal: The white road (mount Kao-ling - a pilgrimage of sorts). Happy reading! Evelyne
  3. I just finished reading this book. I thought others might enjoy it. It is an articulate synthesis of the theory of aesthetics.Though the author uses architecture for concrete examples, it is equally applicable to any form of art, including ceramics. It greatly clarified my thinking about design
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