One person show of new ceramic works by artist Randy Au is at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, California. the show opened April 9th and has been extended through June 5, 2016. It is in the Studio Gallery which is best accessed through the Studio entrance at the corner of Garey Ave.
Randall Au / Flying Cup Clay -short Biography/ Resume
Born and raised in the beautiful Hawaiian Island of Oahu, artist Randy Au came to Southern California for the good weather and to pursue a fine art career. Studies include Biola University with Grant Logan and California State Fullerton with Jerry Rothman and John Stokesbury where he earned a B.A. in Fine Art. He established the Flying Cup Clay studio in 1987 and became a fulltime studio artist in 1992. He presently splits his time between the studio; being the ceramics instructor and Assistant Director of the Visual Arts Conservatory at the Orange County School of the Arts in Santa Ana, California since 2002; and other various teaching and workshop opportunities. Continue reading Resume: Randy Au, ceramic artist→
This series of work is the result of my fascination with the whimsical qualities of natural, in this case vegetable, forms. I am not interested in re-creating the exact likeness of the vegetables, but rather in appropriating their unique shapes and qualities as a springboard for creating visually unique art objects that allude to vessel function. Continue reading Ceramic Artist: Randy Au→
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