pdp1@EARTHLINK.NET on thu 29 may 03
This has been on my mind a while now...to mention...
The Magazine is called "Works and Conversations" and is into
it's 6th. Number presently.
It is conversations the Editor and Publisher has with
practiceing Artists, and includes many
first rate images of their Work.
It is not allways an easy task TO converse with Artists,
either! ( as we may well know...)
But he does so very well somehow.
The conversations are never phoney or foo-foo - they
read as good literature may be expected to do, and they are
Some of these Artists work in Ceramics, and others work in
other kinds of things.
The entire mood and content is substantial, frank,
personable and also delicate in it's way.
Nothing stuffy anywhere ever, and I would say for me, it has
been very inspireing to help me understand my own Work and
the Work of others, better than I would have otherwise.
I hate Magazines for the most part, and periodicals in
I am very fond of this one, and so it makes sense for me to
It has no advertisments to confuse the reader's
sensibilities as to 'what' the Magazine is (really) about.
It respects the subject and the reader in a very real, and
yet easy way.
I admire what this fellow is doing, and I am happy he is
It is the only Magazine to which I subscribe.
Their web site is:
The Editor and Publisher is Richard Whittaker, a resident of
Berkely, California, and a sometimes participant of the
Russel Fouts on sun 1 jun 03
>> The Editor and Publisher is Richard Whittaker, a resident of Berkely, California, and a sometimes participant of the Clayart 'list'. <<
Richard was also on the panel of the annual Clayart Slide workshop this
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