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Southern Migration: Ruby’s @ AMOCA

  February 14 – March 29, 2015 A juried exhibition showcasing some of the finest ceramics by Ruby’s artists. First showing was at Ruby’s Clay studio November 5 – November 18, 2014.  The show will be traveling to AMOCA in the spring.        Created with flickr slideshow.             […]

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Chris Gustin: Masterworks in Clay

November 8, 2014 – February 8, 2015 Opening Reception – Saturday, November 8, 6:00-9:00 pm Artist Lecture – Saturday, November 8, 5:00pm    The American Museum of Ceramic Art is honored to present Chris Gustin: Masterworks in Clay, a retrospective of his forty-year career.   Gustin is from a family of makers.  His parents ran several pottery factories in […]

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Site Unseen: Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers (Vault)

November 29, 2014—January 31, 2015 Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers have been collaborating with each other for the last eight years.  As individuals they seek to produce seamless work in which its hard to distinguish where one artist ends and the other begins.  Their work often focuses on environmental issues of social constructions and beliefs.  Their new […]

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Heaven: Rebekah Bogard (Vault)

September 13, 2014 –November 16, 2014 The American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) is proud to present Heaven: Rebekah Bogard in the Vault exhibition space. Bogard presents whimsical floral sculptures with deep jewel tones and oversized plant life to create a fantasy space illuminated by fire-lit sconces.  The Opening Reception is on Saturday, September 13th […]

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LARGE AS LIFE: Betty Davenport Ford, Elaine Katzer, Lisa Reinertson

 Large As Life: Betty Davenport Ford • Elaine Katzer • Lisa Reinertson June 14, 2014 through August 31, 2014 The American Museum of Ceramic Art is honored to present, “Large as Life”, an exhibition that includes three female artists whose sculptural work—figures, torsos, and animals—is unified through their similar approaches to clay. Drawing from their […]

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La Catrina: Tribute to Jose Posada

La Catrina June 14, 2014 through August 31, 2014 The American Museum of Ceramic Art is proud to present, La Catrina, a colorful, interactive exhibition featuring incredibly intricate, low-fire ceramic Catrina figures representing some of the most familiar, legendary, and influential figures in Latino culture. The exhibition tells the story of La Catrina, a dapper […]

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Mettlach: Medieval to Modern

Exhibition Closes: July 31, 2016 The “Mettlach: Medieval to Modern” exhibition presents a journey into the history of European art and philosophy, from the Enlightenment to the modern times, through tracing the evolution of the decorative imagery of Villeroy & Boch (V&B) ceramics. Francois Boch established the company in 1748, in Audun-le-Tiche, France. In 1809, […]

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Palm Prints: Jamie Bardsley

IN THE VAULT April 12, 2014 –June 1, 2014 Our experience of time is much like water; constantly shifting and changing.  Sitting on the floor crossed legged for hours at a time, I would pound out little pieces of clay and then fold them into the palm of my hand.  These folds are made from […]

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Patsy Cox: Romanesco Fractals

IN THE VAULT Lecture: March 8, 7:00pm February 8, 2014 -March 30, 2014 Structure, activity and growth found both in nature and the urban landscape are emulated and celebrated through the use of modular units in my installation-based work that configure and reconfigure with each manifestation.Romanesco Fractals, began with a fascination of the Romanesco Broccoli, […]

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