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En Iwamura: Legacy in the Vault

April 20 – June 30, 2019 En Iwamura was born in Kyoto, Japan in 1988 with two painters as parents. When applying to art school in Japan, he thought he would follow their path but instead chose ceramics as a medium. This three-dimensional choice allows him to experiment with the viewer’s experience of occupying space […]

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Spotted Cup, Grade 11, Flintridge Prep, La Canada

2019 SoCal High School Ceramics

Free admission April 13 after 5pm • Program at 7pm • On View: April 13 – May 26, 2019 • RSVP on Facebook See the ceramic tradition through the eyes of young artists! A juried show featuring 85 finalists representing 19 schools. Awards to be announced at the opening reception; Visitor’s Choice awards to be […]

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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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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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