Jerry Bennett Work Acquired by AMOCA

The American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) has acquired a piece by Philadelphia ceramic artist Jerry Bennett for its permanent collection. AMOCA is the largest ceramic museum in the US dedicated to clay art. Its mission is to increase the understanding of audiences in unraveling the creative thinking behind making ceramic objects as an art form.

The American Museum of Ceramic Art, located in Pomona, California, was founded in 2003 by founder David Armstrong. He fell in love with ceramics in the 1960s while a student at Pomona College and studied with the legendary Paul Soldner. This experience inspired Armstrong to collect the work of other ceramic artists.

Pair of Seed Pod Vases, 2001, 6” X 3.5” X 3” (HXWXD) Porcelain Paper Clay fired to cone 13
Matthew Courtney
Matthew Courtney
John Schlesinger
John Schlesinger
Jerry Bennett is a paper clay artist in Philadelphia working in functional ceramics.
Jerry Bennett
Jerry Bennett

Jerry Bennett is a paper clay artist in Philadelphia working in functional ceramics.…

Jerry Bennett is a paper clay artist in Philadelphia working in functional ceramics.…

Jerry Bennett is a paper clay artist in Philadelphia working in functional ceramics.…

Dynamic original abstract artwork that explores the grid and lines by award winning South Jersey artist Donna Sensor Thomas
Donna Sensor Thomas
Donna Sensor Thomas

Dynamic original abstract artwork that explores the grid and lines by award winning South Jersey artist Donna Sensor Thomas…

Dynamic original abstract artwork that explores the grid and lines by award winning South Jersey artist Donna Sensor Thomas…

Dynamic original abstract artwork that explores the grid and lines by award winning South Jersey artist Donna Sensor Thomas…

Influenced by folklore, superstition, divination, & forgotten territories reclaimed by nature, I create immersive installations out of hand-cut Tyvek—a nonwoven material most familiar as an insulating wrap used in the construction industry. These environments might be fairy-tale forests or the sites of biological disasters. Perhaps both.
Summer J. Hart
Summer J. Hart

Influenced by folklore, superstition, divination, & forgotten territories reclaimed by nature, I create immersive installations…

Influenced by folklore, superstition, divination, & forgotten territories reclaimed by nature, I create immersive installations out of hand-cut Tyvek—a nonwoven material most familiar as an insulating…

Influenced by folklore, superstition, divination, & forgotten territories reclaimed by nature, I create immersive installations out of hand-cut Tyvek—a nonwoven material most familiar as an insulating wrap used in the construction…

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