Southwest Missouri has a historically strong community of ceramicists perhaps owing to the Ozark’s strong belief in hand-crafted works and a healthy do-it-yourself mentality. Ranging from the functional to the sculptural and experimental, the breadth and range of these works represents not only a chronological cross-section of the collection but also a wide trajectory of the transition of clay from its more functional origins into a fully-fledged studio art movement.
Find out more here: https://www.sgfmuseum.org/280/Survey-of-Ceramic-Art
[Image: Musgrave Gallery installation, Springfield Art Museum. Photo by Andie Brotrell, Designing Indie]