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‘The Lost City’ art pieces in ‘Ceramic Pottery’ exhibit at San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

Ceramic pottery pieces by artist James W. Sorenson and sculptor David Denson are part of a exhibition opening today at the Museum of the Moving Image in San Francisco.

The exhibition is a collaboration between MoMA, the California Institute of the Arts, the Museum, and the American Art Museum.

Sorensons sculptures are an homage to the city of San Francisco, which he founded in the late 1800s.

The collection of sculptures is a combination of Soren’s own creations, works of modern art and the work of others.

The exhibit opens to the public on April 27, 2020.

Sotheby’s International Realty will sell the works through its online catalogue.

The artist, a California native who lives in New York City, created his work using ceramic and bronze pieces of pottery from his childhood home in Santa Barbara.

The ceramics are filled with his signature red, pink and orange colors, which have a rich texture and are often used in his sculpture work.

“It is my love of the past, and my hope to preserve and preserve the rich cultural and historic elements of our city and region,” Sorens said in a statement.

“This is not a piece of art for a museum or a museum show, but a unique gift for a lifetime of reflection, reflection on the future and on the present.”

The exhibition features over 1,500 ceramic potters, some of whom were born in the United States, and has a variety of sizes and shapes.

Sorenson said in an interview with The Associated Press that the pieces represent the history of his community and the city.

“I love my city and the history that has been here for decades,” he said.

“These pieces are meant to be shared, not only with our friends and families in the state of California, but also to people all over the world who are interested in seeing the world through their eyes.”

We want to celebrate the rich history and rich culture of our community, and we’re hoping people who have never seen or visited the City of San Diego will get a taste of that through these ceramic pieces.

“The artist said he wants to “embrace” the fact that San Francisco is “one of the world’s most culturally rich cities,” and that “the pieces that we’re bringing here will be a gift to our city for many years to come.””

The artists have also said that the project is an opportunity to bring the world a new perspective on San Francisco through the city’s history.””

We can’t do that if we’re afraid to make a statement, so we have to embrace the fact and tell our story.”

The artists have also said that the project is an opportunity to bring the world a new perspective on San Francisco through the city’s history.

“There is so much that’s happening in the world today and in the city that is so important to understand,” Sothebys said in the statement.

“The story of the city is so fascinating, and I hope that this exhibit will inspire others to explore the city and its history in a new way.”

The art is expected to sell for between $2,500 and $5,000, with the highest prices likely being the $6,500 for a single piece.