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Wilmington, NC
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Cardbirds Series, Detail of Herons, 2004
Exhibition: Hiroshi Sueyoshi: Matter of Reverence
Hiroshi Sueyoshi
(Japanese, b. 1946)
Colored Clay Vase, 1984
Colored Porcelain,
10.25 x 9.5 x 9.5
Collection of Tom Braswell
Exhibition: Hiroshi Sueyoshi: Matter of Reverence
Hiroshi Sueyoshi
(Japanese, b. 1946)
Coil Build Bowl, 2014
Stoneware, 14 x 17 x 15
Collection of the artist
Exhibition: Hiroshi Sueyoshi: Matter of Reverence
Hiroshi Sueyoshi
(Japanese, b. 1946)
Column Form Vase, 2012
Stoneware, 22 x 9.5 x 9.5
Collection of Hathia and Andrew Hayes
Exhibition: Hiroshi Sueyoshi: Matter of Reverence
Hiroshi Sueyoshi
(Japanese, b. 1946)
Blue Green Crater Glaze Vase, 2014
Stoneware with crater glaze, 22 x 10 x 9
Collection of the artist
Blue Green Crater Glaze Vase, 2014

Cameron Art Museum
3201 S. 17th Street
Wilmington, NC 28411
910.395.5999
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www.cameronartmuseum.com

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Tuesday - Sunday: 11am - 5pm (11am - 9pm )
Thursdays: 11am - 9pm

Admission:
$5 Museum members
$8 Non-members
$5 Students (with valid student ID)
$3 Children (ages 2-12)

In 2002, the Cameron Art Museum opened its new museum facility designed by the renowned architectural firm of Gwathmey Siegel & Associates (NYC). Formerly located in downtown Wilmington, N.C. as St. John's Museum of Art, the new Cameron Art Museum is sited on a 9 acre woodland park (Pyramid Park) featuring outdoor sculptures, nature trails, pond, historic Civil War site and a second facility--the Clay Studio at the Pancoe Art Education Center. The main museum building is a 42,000 square foot facility with three areas of galleries, the Weyerhaueser lecture and reception hall, a museum gift shop and parking.

The Cameron Art Museum presents 6-8 changing exhibitions annually; ongoing family and children's programs (Kids @ CAM); a unique program of tours for Alzheimers patients and their caretakers; interdisciplinary programs (lectures, music, films, literature, dance); and ongoing workshops and classes in ceramics at the Clay Studio with resident master artist Hiroshi Sueyoshi.

The Museum's permanent collection of fine arts, crafts and design includes work of both historical and contemporary significance, and a growing collection of work by North Carolina artists. Specific works in the permanent collection are shown in selected exhibitions at the Museum.

Exhibitions:

Hiroshi Sueyoshi: Matter of Reverence
November 15, 2014 – April 12, 2015

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