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Malcolm Leland

Malcolm Leland began his artistic career as a potter and ceramicist. He studied at the Jepson Art Institute and won the Good Design Award from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in 1955 for his innovative ceramic bird shelter. 

In the mid-1950s he became interested in working on a larger scale and he sold off his pottery to devote a year to researching architectural ceramics. He designed art elements for several prominent Los Angeles landmarks such as the Los Angeles County Hall of Records Building, the American Cement Company Building on Wilshire Boulevard and the Pomona College Clock Tower. 

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Malcolm Leland

Malcolm Leland began his artistic career as a potter and ceramicist. He studied at the Jepson Art Institute and won the Good Design Award from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in 1955 for his innovative ceramic bird shelter.

In the mid-1950s he became interested in working on a larger scale and he sold off his pottery to devote a year to researching architectural ceramics. He designed art elements for several prominent Los Angeles landmarks such as the Los Angeles County Hall of Records Building, the American Cement Company Building on Wilshire Boulevard and the Pomona College Clock Tower.

 

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