Original works in an open space welcomed guests as they ventured inside the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, but what reeled them in was the attention to detail, color palettes and unique concepts of the ceramics on display.
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The room was filled with off-white, differently sized plates with birds of various colors flying across their surfaces at the American Museum of Ceramic Art for the Avian Clay: Kent Tool and Dana Gardner exhibit.
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
“Water Boy” is a low-fire clay, underglaze ceramic piece by Patti Warshina that focuses on the theme of ocean pollution.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art, or AMOCA, provides guests an array of abstract sculptures, intricate tapestries and ceramic art as they step through a steel vault doorway into the world of artist Peter Pincus’s “Chroma.”
Over 90 ceramic pieces by high school students were showcased at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona.
Mark Lopez, sophomore computer science major at Cal Poly Pomona, considers a clay sculpture Sunday at the Claremont Museum of Art.
Campus community art events for the week of March 29, 2019.
Jo Laurie, curator of the “Silver Splendor: The Art of Anna Silver,” spoke about Silver’s accomplishments and vibrant ceramic artwork.
Artist Kim Tucker and staff at the American Museum of Ceramic Art highlighted the role of humor, heart and community in ceramics during Pomona’s Second Saturday Artwalk last week.