Mosaic Table by Mexico City artist, Genaro Alvarez and an ikebana vase from Japan.
Otto & Vivika Heino, Robert Maxwell and another ikebana vase
Picking is slow, so this was actually from the last two weekends.
David Kordansky Gallery will present Weed Pots, an exhibition of ceramic vessels by Doyle Lane. Curated by artist Ricky Swallow, the show will feature more than five dozen examples of Lane's iconic, small-scale weed pots made between the late 1950s and late 1970s, on loan from collections throughout California.
Weed Pots opens on July 22 and will remain on view through August 29, 2020. David Kordansky Gallery is open to the public, Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. Timed reservations are recommended. To make a reservation and for visiting information, please click here.
Doyle Lane (b. 1925, New Orleans; d. 2002, Los Angeles) is a significant, if underknown, voice in West Coast ceramic sculpture. His delicate vases and rigorous wall murals are expressions of a masterful command of traditional techniques; an innovative, tactile approach to glazing; and a quietly visionary understanding of geometry and three-dimensional form. He worked …