Sunday, April 12, 2009

Natural Connections & Ceramica de la Tierra

Went out to Pomona last night for the opening of Natural Connections at the Armstrong Gallery. Around the corner in the American Museum of Ceramic Art is "Ceramica de la Tierra" with pre-columbian pottery as well as contemporary work by Luis Bermudez and Francisco “Pancho” Jiménez. I finally got to meet Shane as well as another artist I admire who was interviewed here, Ricky Maldonado.
Francisco “Pancho” Jiménez
Luis Bermudez
Shane Keena
Shane Keena
Susan Clusener
Susan Clusener

Both locations offer incredible exposure to varied forms of ceramics, both functional and sculptural. If you don't live in the area make sure that a stop in the Pomona Arts Colony is on your agenda when you visit Southern California.

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3 comments:

Linda Starr said...

Hi Chris, wish I could get down to LA, what great works and galleries there are - the tax man cometh today and other work duties unfortunately. This is a great show with some wonderful ceramic artists, thx.

Chris McCormick said...

Hi Linda;
Be sure to check out Susan's website, cool stuff!

George Best said...

We at Anythinginstainedglassgreatly appreciate the wonderful piece of works at the Armstrong gallery.