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L#1a, Untitled Yellow Vase, glazed earthenware with luster, 23 h x 17.25 in.diameter, Collection of David Kalin

Silver Splendor: The Art of Anna Silver

Free admission March 9 after 5pm • On View: March 9 – August 25, 2019 • RSVP on Facebook “Spontaneity doesn’t happen by accident.” Lucinda Smith, author / writer “[Silver] has found ways to use pottery as a format for exploring painting in the round without relying on conventional notions about how imagery is organized […]

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Susan Kadish sculpture

Building a Collection

AMOCA’s 15th Anniversary Exhibition Dates: October 5, 2018 – March 31, 2019 Opening Reception: October 6, 2-5pm                                                               AMOCA is celebrating its 15th anniversary. Building […]

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Lasting Impressions: Selections from the Scripps College Permanent Collection

Exhibition Dates: January 12 – April 7, 2019 Opening Reception: January 12, 6-9pm Curator: T Robert-Pacini During the mid-1950s, the ceramics department at Otis Art Institute (then Los Angeles County Art Institute) was a place of artistic vitality and innovative energy. At Otis, Peter Voulkos led a “revolution in clay” by questioning the tradition that […]

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The Artists of Mettlach

Exhibition Dates: Through July 2020 Image: Lucian Payen, Girl’s Portrait, Plaque, Etched, Gift of Colette & Robert Wilson Villeroy and Boch was founded in 1836 when a French ceramics company founded by Jean François Boch (1782-1858) merged with a German ceramics company started by Nicolas Villeroy (1759-1843). The merging of the two companies reduced competition […]

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John Toki: Fault Lines

October 6, 2018 – June 23, 2019 Opening Reception: Sunday, October 7th • 2-5pm Artist Presentation @ 3pm Describing the multifaceted life of John Toki often feels like a geological expedition. Grounded in his cultivated Bay Area upbringing, Toki’s parents placed a great importance on art and education. From that foundation, Toki became an artist, […]

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