An installation view of three large ceramic sculptures, including Andrew Lord’s Jug and Dish in Electric Light, Curves/Inside Out, Peter Voulkos’ Vase/Jar, and Lynda Benglis’s Metal Mean Green.
An installation view of five small ceramic sculptures, including Kathy Butterfly’s Twist and Just for Men, Ken Price’s Untitled (Geometric), and Ron Nagle’s Untitled and Finchilada.
An installation view of three ceramic sculptures, including Robert Arneson’s Corn, Cassie Griffin’s Untitled, and Peter Voulkos’ Vase.
An installation view of several ceramic sculptures, including Robert Arneson’s Sick Pack, Jesse Wine’s Moody Wine, Arlene Shechet’s Hunky-Dory, Julia Haft-Candell’s Heavy Weight, and Josh Smith’s The Last Crusade.
A large, abstract, geometric, fired ceramic in two parts, consisting of a standing jug composed of various white and black, curved pieces, and an angular, brown, white, and black dish.
A large, primarily brown, abstract ceramic piece consisting of irregularly-shaped stoneware slabs and pieces, sandwiched between a cylindrical, stoneware jar.
A large, primarily green, yellow, and black abstract ceramic piece consisting of two standing, rectangular-shaped tubes, merging together at the center, with a hollow opening at the top.
An abstract ceramic piece, consisting of a glazed, monochrome pink, square with rough, irregular edges.
An abstract ceramic piece, consisting of a glazed, flesh-colored, indented, biomorphic cylindrical form with a brown clay coating and hollow opening at the top.
An abstract porcelain piece, consisting of a twisted, biomorphic, hollow yellow cylinder atop a rounded orange base with square holes and blue and brown, rectangular legs. Two thin, red, porcelain pieces resembling strings are wrapped around the yellow cylinder.
An abstract glazed ceramic piece, consisting of a black, geometric form with a hollow, cube-like indentation and angular, cube-like appendage. The slanted surface, and vertical edge at the top of the piece is painted red.
A small, abstract, cast earthenware piece consisting of a primarily green form, segmented at the top to form a sharp point and a green and orange, hollow tube. The rounded base of the piece consists of a pink, turquoise, and orange stripe.
A small, abstract, cast earthenware piece, painted in a turquoise and purple gradient. The form of the piece consists of a rounded, oval, shape, with a protruding, crooked, pointed appendage.
An orange-red circular disk with a hollow center, crafted from brick and brick dust.
A terra cotta, ring-shaped form with an overturned, terra cotta bust in the center.
An abstract clay piece, consisting of several curved, asymmetrical, connected organic forms. The individual pieces of clay are painted in vibrant colors, including green, grey, peach, rust red, yellow and orange, and blue and white.
A large, abstract stoneware vase consisting of two, bell-shaped stacked forms and a hollow cylinder, painted with red, yellow, black and white marks.
A grey, hourglass-shaped, abstract stoneware cup with a cylindrical, elongated base, and a large, flattened, handle and rim decorated with a zig zag pattern.
An abstract, primarily-grey, cup-shaped stoneware piece with a curving, detached appendage. The top half of the piece has blue, stylized text that reads “Crunta La Crack.”
An abstract, mixed media piece consisting of a large peach-colored block, positioned vertically atop a wooden pedestal. The block is stacked with a variety of small green, yellow, and blue angular forms and decorated with fluid, organic, purple-grey forms.
A large, abstract, brown, stoneware and porcelain pot consisting of a tiered stack of three bell-shaped components, with a hollow cylinder emanating from the top. The surface of the piece is scratched and punctured.
A glazed ceramic piece consisting of an organic, lumpy form, with a primarily blue marbled pattern.
A glazed ceramic piece consisting of a textured, brown crate with about twenty green, bending bottles, falling and melting upon one another.
A two-part, abstract, black ceramic piece consisting of two corporeal forms, resembling a leg and a torso, attached to leaning, elongated, cylindrical forms.
An installation view of half of Josh Smith’s The Last Crusade, consisting of about twenty-three ceramic sculptures, of various sizes and colors, arranged on an L-shaped shelf.
An installation view of half of Josh Smith’s The Last Crusade, consisting of about twenty-two ceramic sculptures, of various sizes and colors, arranged on an L-shaped shelf.