Eva Kwong & Kirk Mangus

March 5 – April 17, 2020

Installation view (Eva Kwong & Kirk Mangus)
Installation view
Installation view (Eva Kwong & Kirk Mangus)
Installation view
Installation view (Eva Kwong & Kirk Mangus)
Installation view
Installation view (Eva Kwong & Kirk Mangus)
Installation view
Installation view (Eva Kwong & Kirk Mangus)
Installation view
Installation view (Kirk Mangus)
Installation view (Kirk Mangus)
Installation view (Eva Kwong & Kirk Mangus)
Installation view
Installation view (Eva Kwong & Kirk Mangus)
Installation view
Eva Kwong, Bacteria, Diatoms, and Cells (Series), 2019
Bacteria, Diatoms, and Cells (Series), 2019
Stoneware, underglaze, glaze
Wall installation, dimensions variable
Eva Kwong, Azuka, 2017
Azuka, 2017
Stoneware, underglaze, glaze
19 x 11 x 11 ″
Kirk Mangus, Juneau (White Poodle), 1986
Juneau (White Poodle), 1986
Stoneware, engobes
23.75 x 12 x 18.25 ″
Kirk Mangus, Bronze Harvest Amphora, 1991
Bronze Harvest Amphora, 1991
Stoneware, luster glaze
17.5 x 9 x 9 “

About the Exhibition

Harvey Preston Gallery is pleased to present a two-person exhibition with ceramic artists Eva Kwong and Kirk Mangus.

Eva Kwong’s work references her interest in the natural sciences. Colors, patterns, structures — the principles found in organic forms as well as the human body — generate the visual vocabulary that informs her work.

Kirk Mangus (1952-2013) approached the material of ceramics in a manner both inventive and uniquely individualistic. His work merged techniques of drawing and illustration with three-dimensional form in order to interpret and bring the imaginative into the tangible realm.

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