Studio Visit: Adam Silverman at Heath Los Angeles
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Adam Silverman of Atwater Pottery has done a bit of everything when it comes to design: he studied at RISD, trained as an architect, then made a foray into fashion. Pottery was very much a hobby, but eventually it became his calling and full-time career, leading to his current position as studio director at Heath Los Angeles . N.B. Remodelista is cohosting the opening reception for Atwater's latest show, Color Blind, on Thursday, June 23, from 5:30 to 8 pm; please join us for the event (and for drinks and light fare) at Heath Los Angeles . Above: Atwater's studio is lined in blackboard painted walls, convenient for sketching prototypes and scribbling ideas. Above three photos: Scenes from the studio; in addition to his work at Heath, Atwater is currently a potter-in-residence at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Above: Silverman's work is noted for its mottled, multi-layered glazes; pieces from the current show feature "glazes that exist in the spectrum between black and white." Above: Silverman's pendant lights illuminate Heath's LA store.