Saturday, August 9, 2008

Diversity In Clay At AMOCA

I went to the opening of the American Ceramic Society, Southern California Design Chapter's latest show "Diversity In Clay", hosted by the American Museum of Ceramic Art located in Pomona California. AMOCA is a wonderful place, if you are ever in the area be sure to stop in. Also visit thier website and become a member, funds raised help the museum's programs. Here are some images from this evening, sorry the place was too packed to get all the names of the pieces I took pictures of, enjoy! Click any image to enlarge.






3 comments:

nannette brill said...

My name is Nannette Brill. I was one of the participants in this show. I was wondering if you took more pictures were I can see all the works and also how mine fitted in all these sculptural work. Just curious. I missed the exhibit, I was out of the country.

I want to congratulate you on this great website!

Chris McCormick said...

Thank you Nannette, which was yours? I did take a couple others, the place was so packed it got difficult to get good pictures!

nannette brill said...

mine was called "the artichoke" three nesting bowls glazed green, with split rim and altered.

i bet you the least interesting in this show...........