Los Angeles contemporary artist Joel Otterson is a maker in the old tradition–his materials of choice are copper pipe, pottery, earthenware, concrete, marble, and stained glass; and he also works in quilting, lace making, and woodworking. But his works’ ironic arrangements and pithy titles are wholly au courant. Otterson describes his practice: “My work is loud, and I want it to yell at people.” In this boisterous example on offer March 1, American Portable Pottery Museum (Wall of China) (1994), the artist makes a wry and pointed comment on current global manufacturing practices.
Otis College of Art & Design
Three young, aspiring artists came into the preview today to have a look around. Claire Cregan, a student at Otis College of Art & Design, noted that she gravitated toward works that were similar to her own. Her favorite item in the sale is Lot 574, Untitled, by Howard Hodgkin. This still life was produced […]