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From The Permanent Collection
January 23 - April 17, 2009
Public Reception: Thursday, April 2, 4:30 – 6:30 pm

The Museum’s current exhibition, from the permanent collection, opened January 23 and closes April 17, 2009. Following a succession of temporary exhibitions from outside sources, we have put together a group of ceramic pieces that gives our visitors an opportunity to see a sampling from our own vast collection.

Included are approximately thirty pieces ranging across countries and centuries: Han Dynasty, Chinese jar; 19th century English Staffordshire Ware butter tub; 1930s black-on-black San Ildefonso Pueblo jar by Maria and Julian Martinez; 2006 vessel by Germany’s, Ursula Scheid; 1950s vase by Japanese artist, Rosanjin Kitaoji. Other pieces include work by Paul Soldner, Lucy Lewis, Silvie Granatelli, Kris Nelson, Glen Lukens, Yukiko Ito, Ka-Kwong Hui, Ken Ferguson, Shuji Kawai, Chuck Hindes, Jan Hoag, Frank Ozereko, Peter Beasecker, Larry Elsner, Frank Martin, Harrison McIntosh, Karen Karnes, Charles Harder and Charles Fergus Binns.

This exhibition was curated by Susan Kowalczyk from the Museum’s permanent collection.

 

Ka-Kwong Hui, Chinese Landscape Ceramic Form (lamp), circa 1965, h: 24”, gift of the artist, 1999.71

 

 

 

Ka-Kwong Hui


Chinese Landscape Ceramic Form (lamp),
circa 1965, h: 24”, gift of the artist, 1999.71

 

Harrison McIntosh, bowl, circa 1990, h: 3-3/4”, Corsaw Collection, museum purchase, 1991.34

 

Harrison McIntosh

Bowl, circa 1990, h: 3-3/4”, Corsaw Collection, museum purchase, 1991.34

 

Rosanjin Kitaoji, jar, circa 1954, h: 8-1/2”, gift of the artist, 1954.1

 

 

 

Rosanjin Kitaoji


Jar, 1954, h: 8-1/2”, gift of the artist, 1954.1

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