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Flower Power

Flower Power

Flowers and Nature in Art

Reaching Out

Reaching Out

Expressions of human connection

Many Voices

Many Voices

Sharing Stories

Justice for All

Justice for All

Art and Equality

One Earth

One Earth

Seeking Sustainability

Keeping Faith

Keeping Faith

Exploring belief systems across cultures

Object Lessons

Object Lesson: Katherine Choy’s Textiles as “Complete Expression”

NOMA’s exhibition Katherine Choy: Radical Potter in 1950s New Orleans primarily examines distinctive pots made by Katherine Choy, a national leader in evolving ceramics from utilitarian objects into the purview of expressive fine art. While Choy’s radical work in pottery and her founding of the Clay Art Center in New York will be the lasting legacy of her short career, the artist also made award-winning enamels and had an active career in textile design.  Read More

Object Lesson: Doyle Lane

Vibrant glazes bubble lusciously, crack sharply, and drip dangerously off the edges of these meticulous little “Weed” Pots by Doyle Lane. In late 2021, the New Orleans Museum of Art welcomed into the permanent collection these seven extraordinary works by Doyle Lane, including two that come as a gift from NOMA Director Emeritus John Bullard’s exemplary collection of American Studio ceramics. These pots become the first works by the celebrated Black Los Angeles potter to join a public collection in the artist’s birth city. Read More

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