___________ Art-wise, 2016 was a good year for Los Angeles. LACMA presented the blockbuster exhibition, New Objectivity: Modern
I stoop and pick up a shard, and this one is too thin at the base and has sagged and twisted like an art-nouveau girl. And
A group of optimistic artists have launched a project designed to provide a model for how communities can counteract partisan polarization: The Democratic Cup.
"What a fortunate calling it is to have this lifelong affair with clay!”
As a member of the National Council on the Arts, the advisory Board to the National Endowment for the Arts and a painter
Today, seventy-seven local people work at Khmer Ceramics and Fine Arts Center now, many of whom are deaf or hearing impaired. Through the social enterprise, they aim to share the artistic legacy of Siem Reap with the world, and increase an appreciation for the Khmer aesthetic.
The 86-year-old artist fought art world prejudice just to brighten your day. Maybe your kitchen too.
Hundreds of his small porcelain pots are meticulously arranged in vitrines with a very particular syncopated rhythm. The ever-changing space between them is as important in his work as the moments of silence between the words of a poem.
This particular collection of earthenware jars is no accident. It's a work of art created by one the most famous dealers in traditional Korean ceramics, Ms. Youngun Shin.
This summer, Andy Walker and Kris Aaron started a new art project. They began painting images from gay culture on antique china and figurines -- the kind your remember from your grandma's house.