Grandes Maestros: Great Masters of Iberoamerican Folk Art

November 9, 2014 through September 13, 2015 at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum.

More than 1,200 folk art works associated with daily use or ritual purposes are on display.  The craftsmen (and women) featured molded clay, carved wood, blew glass, and fashioned intricate pieces from plant fibers, paper, leather, silver, beads, sheslls, gourds, and stones.  One of the interesting things about this exhibit is that it is organized into sections that spotlight the raw materials, which means we clay lovers may be able to head straight for the goods!