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At the Center of Nicki Green

Nicki Green is a transdisciplinary artist primarily working in clay. In 2009, she received a BFA in sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute, and an MFA in Art Practice from UC Berkeley in 2018, where she is now teaching ceramics.

Members Virtual Tour – October 20, 2020 – Making in Between: Contemporary Chinese American Ceramics

Virtual Tour with Beth Ann Gerstein October 20, 2020 • 5 PM Pacific A new virtual benefit for AMOCA members! AMOCA’s Executive Director Beth Ann Gerstein led members live on Zoom for an exclusive gallery walkthrough of Making in Between: Contemporary Chinese American Ceramics. View the Recording AMOCA members received an email invitation for this …

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Blue Boys and Farmers: Howard Kottler’s Queer Plates

Howard Kottler (1930-1989) was a ceramic artist and professor well known in the ceramic community for his masterful use of decals, which he manipulated and adhered onto store-bought porcelain plates. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1930, Kottler attended the University of Ohio, where he received a B.A. in biological science and M.A. in ceramics before attending Cranbrook University to further his ceramic expertise. In 1964, Kottler began teaching ceramic at the University of Washington, where he remained until his death in 1989.

Kim Tucker’s “Primal Beings, Ghosts, and Human Dummies”

Kim Tucker, Portraits, ceramic, 2019 Hi! My name is Alyson, and I’m this year’s Getty Marrow Intern at AMOCA. I recently graduated from Chapman University with a BA in Art History and a minor in Anthropology. Kim Tucker is an L.A. based artist creating human-like figurines, which she describes as “primal beings, ghosts, and human …

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Nancy Selvin

Nancy Selvin, teabowl with text, 2015. 3” x 4”. Hi! My name is Alyson, and I’m this year’s Getty Marrow Intern at AMOCA. I recently graduated from Chapman University with a BA in Art History and a minor in Anthropology. When thinking about formative women in California ceramics, Nancy Selvin comes up as an artist …

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Ashwini Bhat

Ashwini Bhat, “Alive Series,” 2019. Clay, glaze, paint. Image courtesy of Artaxis.  Hi! My name is Alyson, and I’m this year’s Getty Marrow Intern at AMOCA. I recently graduated from Chapman University with a BA in Art History and a minor in Anthropology. Bhat is an Indian artist based in Petaluma, California, where she creates …

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