Women’s rights emphasized through art

“Systematic Erosion,” C.J. Jilek’s exhibition at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, runs through Dec. 17. The ceramic and mixed media sculpture installation addresses social justice for women. The exhibit examines how women's rights are being lost locally, nationally and worldwide. / photo by Amanda Torres
“Systematic Erosion,” C.J. Jilek’s exhibition at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, runs through Dec. 17. The ceramic and mixed media sculpture installation addresses social justice for women. The exhibit examines how women’s rights are being lost locally, nationally and worldwide. / photo by Amanda Torres
“Exploited Suffusion” by artist C.J. Jilek is one of two featured pieces in her “Systematic Erosion” exhibition at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona. She said the piece was inspired by the sensuality of the natural world using the reproductive organs of plants as a metaphor for human sexuality. / photo by Amanda Torres
“Exploited Suffusion” by artist C.J. Jilek is one of two featured pieces in her “Systematic Erosion” exhibition at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona. She said the piece was inspired by the sensuality of the natural world using the reproductive organs of plants as a metaphor for human sexuality. / photo by Amanda Torres

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