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Tonight, Design Matters Gallery on Pico Blvd is holding an opening reception for a new exhibition highlighting LA's most notable new ceramicists, called "Pot Heads".
Design buffs, interior design fans and of course those passionate about pottery, should stop by the gallery between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm tonight to experience the renaissance of hand-made ceramics in Los Angeles.
The exhibit was curated by Andrea Arria-Devoe with gorgeous display shelving provided by Vitsoe. The group of featured artists includes Dora De Larios with Irving Place Studio, Kat & Roger, Mirena Kim, Heather Levine, Ben Medansky, Victoria Morris, Sunja Park, and Pilar Wiley, who showcase work inspired by everything from classic mid-century modernist forms to Japanese craftsmanship.
In case you can't make it by the gallery tonight, not to worry, the exhibition will be on view through November 16th.