The American Craft Museum in New York this summer is featuring work by some of Southern California's most prominent ceramic artists.
"Gertrud and Otto Natzler: Collaboration/Solitude," the third exhibition in the museum's "Master Artist" series, presents works by a couple known for inventive glazes and refined forms.
"Paul Soldner: A Retrospective," organized by Scripps College in Claremont, surveys the work of an innovator who helped turn ceramics into an expressive art form. Both shows open on July 15.
The Natzler exhibition runs through Oct. 10; Soldner's retrospective closes on Sept. 5.