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Adrian Saxe

American, b. 1943

Deeply influenced by his mentor Ralph Bacerra, Saxe embraced surface decoration and ornamentation. He worked with Bacerra at Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles in the mid-1960s, before leaving to establish his own functional ceramics business. He later returned to Chouinard—by then renamed the California Institute of Arts—to receive his BFA degree in 1974. He was a professor of ceramics at the University of California, Los Angeles until he retired in 2018.

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