Doyle Lane was an outstanding mid-century artist who specialized in ceramic pottery, sculptures, and art throughout the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s. Although his work is not as widely recognized as many other 20th-century greats, the beautiful pieces are finally receiving the attention they deserve in the art community.
Reform Gallery is a longtime collector and purveyor of Doyle Lane works, and has seen the value of his pieces go up 400% in the past 10 years. Now the Los-Angeles based gallery is presenting a a Doyle Lane exhibit that features many of his most notable pieces, including a myriad of pottery and his unique “clay paintings”. This Saturday, you can enjoy both the remarkable exhibition along with a Doyle Lane panel discussion by the California African American Museum at Reform Gallery . Catch it at 2pm on June 28th, or read more about the event in the LA Times.