Resurgence Magazine – Andy Christian, Writer and Advisor to the Arts
Jay Goldmark’s photographs in this book must be lauded. I have seen him at work and can report that he is the least invasive of photographers: discreet, opportunist and eagle-eyed… a good looking book with substance, honesty and surprise.
World of Interiors – Annabel Freyberg, Fine Arts Editor
…The immense visual pleasure of the book lies in the delightful, intimate portraits of potters at work: a laughing Gordon Baldwin, dressed in black and white in largely white surroundings, producing monochrome work: a merrily barefoot Jennifer Lee; Daniel Fisher pulling a face as he concentrates… The photographer, Jay Goldmark, has caught the potters in shots both informal and highly focused – a happy mix.
Galleries Magazine – SD
As we visit each potter in turn, we get a sense of entering a mysterious, private domain. Each one however, reveals the skirmish of creation. Highly recommended.
Craftsman Magazine – Angie Boyer
The images of work are spectacular, whilst the studio scenes are refreshingly natural and literally welcome you into the world of these potters.
This is the most beautifully produced book of its kind that I have ever seen.