KAT BERGERON/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALDArt potter George Ohr, who died in the early 1900s, has a museum dedicated to him in hometown Biloxi. It was designed by acclaimed architect Frank Gehry, who admires Ohr's odd and whimsical clay shapes, both personally and in the museum's design.
KAT BERGERON/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALDArt potter George Ohr, who died in the early 1900s, has a museum dedicated to him in hometown Biloxi. It was designed by acclaimed architect Frank Gehry, who admires Ohr's odd and whimsical clay shapes, both personally and in the museum's design.
KAT BERGERON/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALDArt potter George Ohr, who died in the early 1900s, has a museum dedicated to him in hometown Biloxi. It was designed by acclaimed architect Frank Gehry, who admires Ohr's odd and whimsical clay shapes, both personally and in the museum's design.

Kat Bergeron: A Coast clay trip down Memory Lane

October 31, 2015 06:53 PM