Vol. 33, No. 2, "Revisiting Function"
By any historical standard, those who make functional pots in the twenty-first century do so under circumstances that are very different from those of our predecessors.

Author Spotlight

Mark Pharis in his Minnesota studio.
Mark Pharis is a Minnesota potter. His three-dimensional forms are handbuilt, using two-dimensional paper patterns. His process owes much to the traditions of patternmaking found in sewing and sheet...
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