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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
Platter   Horn, Steven   Earthenware  n. d. 
Cup   Horn, Steven   Earthenware  1992 
Car Crucifixtion (square platter)   Horn, Steven   Earthenware  1975 
The Potter that Was, Is   Horn, Steven   Porcelain  1995 
Platter   Horn, Steven   Porcelain  1991 
Plate   Horn, Steven   Porcelain  1990 
Cup   Horn, Steven   Porcelain  c. 1977 
Cup   Horn, Steven   Porcelain  1993 
Cup   Horn, Steven   Porcelain  n. d. 
Covered Jar   Horn, Steven   Porcelain  1995 
Vessel   Horn, Steven   Stoneware  n. d. 
Vase   Horn, Steven   Stoneware  1996 
Sculpture   Horn, Steven   Stoneware  n. d. 
Cup with Handle   Horn, Steven   Stoneware  n. d. 
Bowl   Horn, Steven   Stoneware  1997 
Vessel (Two-Legged)   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  n. d. 
Vessel (anthropomorphic)   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  n. d. 
Vessel   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  n. d. 
Vase with Two Handles   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  1990 
Vase   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  n. d. 
Vase   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  1990 
Vase   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  1990 
Tile Form Plaque   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  1980 
Temple Urn with Snakes   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  1995 
Sculptural Vessel Form   Horn, Steven   Stoneware, glazed  1990 

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