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Fred and Estelle Marer donated an international collection of contemporary ceramics, including American, British, Japanese, Korean, and Mexican works. The special focus of the Marer collection is post-war American ceramics, centered on the Otis group of Peter Voulkos and his colleagues Billy Al Bengston, Michael Frimkess, John Mason, Mac McClain, Ken Price, Jerry Rothman, Paul Soldner, Janice Roosevelt, and Henry Takemoto.

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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Lidded Container   Rothman, Jerry   Stoneware, glazed  n. d. 
The (illeg.) that Was, Is (container)   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  1994 
Large Chinese-Style Vessel, with Lid   Leeds, Matthew   Porcelain  n. d. 
Vessel   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  n. d. 
Marer Vase   Frimkess, Michael and Magdalena   Stoneware, glazed  1997 
Plate   Fey, Douglas   Earthenware  n. d. 
Low Bowl   Anderson, Terence   Stoneware, glazed  1974 
Plaque   Mathews, Berry   Porcelain  1976 
Teapot   Mehlman, Dan   Stoneware  1973 
Sculpture   Moriyama, Kyoko   Porcelain  1975 
Platter   Payne, Mike   Stoneware, glazed  1973 
Platter   Payne, Mike   Earthenware  1973 
Plaque   Payne, Mike   Stoneware, glazed  1974 
Sculpture   Read, III, Max R.   Earthenware  1973 
Covered Jar   Collins, Thom   Stoneware, glazed  1970 
Sculpture   Read, III, Max R.   Earthenware  1973 
Sculpture   Reynolds, Steve   Stoneware, glazed  1975 
Sculpture   Reynolds, Steve   Stoneware, glazed  1975 
Bottle with Stopper   Romberg, James   Stoneware, glazed  1970 
Sculpture   Romberg, James   Raku  1970 
Plate   Rosenus, Linda   Stoneware, glazed  1976 
Vase   Voulkos, Peter   Stoneware and Porcelain  1975 
Covered Jar   Cornelius, Philip G.   Stoneware, glazed  1973 
Plate   Voulkos, Peter   Stoneware  1973 
Plate (Salamanders)   Cornelius, Philip G.   Stoneware  1974 

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