We are always thinking about interesting ways that you can enjoy WMODA at home. Elyse Buchanan, who works in our collections management department, is a big fan of word search puzzles. She has compiled a WMODA word search inspired by the fired arts exhibits on display in the museum. You
Chelsea Rousso is a glass artist, fashion designer, and writer, as well as a teacher at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. She specializes in kiln-formed fused glass and holds regular classes for aspiring glass artists at her own studio and at the Wiener Museum. Chelsea combines her love of
James Herring is a master potter from Miami who loves to share his craft with demonstrations, classes and workshops. He is a former President of the Ceramic League of Miami and was an Artist-in-Residence at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina. He has won grants from institutions such as
Laurence Panadero is a French artist living in Fort Lauderdale. She studied art in Paris and Rome and specializes in sculpture, large-scale installations, and performance. Laurence expresses herself in many different media and her commissions have ranged from theater scenography and art direction to monumental sculptures for museums and exhibitions.
Lori Brown is a talented graphics designer who spent most of her career in media and advertising in the Philadelphia area before relocating to Florida with her husband, Andy. She started making jewelry as a hobby after taking a class in Precious Metal Clay. In a quest to add color
Lloyd Goradesky is a public artist who uses the power of art to bring awareness to our natural surroundings. His work extends from multi-media designs and complex photographic creations to architectural and innovative glass design. His Gator in the Bay, a floating alligator the size of a football field, attracted
WMODA is very proud to have received the Victor and Muriel Polikoff Library for the study of Wedgwood and Related English Ceramics. The late Victor and Muriel Polikoff were ardent collectors and scholars of Wedgwood and this very generous gift will enable the museum to offer greater educational resources to