www.ceramicart.com.au Ceramics: Art & Perception - international journal
Page 72 - first page of the article The essence of his work is strong masculine energy.
Volume 2002 Issue 48 Pages 76-81 Jonathon Bancroft Snell presented a diverse and comprehensive show of Canadian ceramic art.
A good education forces critical thinking, risk taking and growth from your mistakes.
Spring 1997 No. 108 Pages 28-30 contact: Ceramics from a Canadian Perspective
Ngan built his wood kiln after seeing a Song dynasty model in the Beijing National Museum.
Winter 1996/97 No. 107 Pages 16-19 ELLEN SHANKIN: Exploring Form, Keeping Function
"It's about clarity... a 'good pot' speaks clearly and soundly in a total way about itself... whether it is classical, whimsical, fragile, haughty or humble, it should sing of its nature, in rim, foot, body, surface treatment."
Fusion Magazine: Ontario Clay & Glass Association Volume 21, No. 1, Winter 1997 Pages2-3
Ellen Shankin - "Her forms are strong. The glazes and washes enhance their clarity, and the colours make them sing. The glazes look like ash glazes... rivulets in mountain streams as they flow over the earth's rock formations."