Final meals immortalized in stoneware

More than 800 different forms of secondhand porcelain and stoneware dishes are used by artist Julie Green as a form of political and cultural commentary. Her work will be on display in an exhibit titled “Flown Blue” until Feb. 23, 2020, at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona. The exhibit hones in on the last meals of executed inmates on death row, as Green recreates the requests on plates and platters. / photo by Veronyca Norcia
More than 800 different forms of secondhand porcelain and stoneware dishes are used by artist Julie Green as a form of political and cultural commentary. Her work will be on display in an exhibit titled “Flown Blue” until Feb. 23, 2020, at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona. The exhibit hones in on the last meals of executed inmates on death row, as Green recreates the requests on plates and platters. / photo by Veronyca Norcia
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