Boise State graduate Don Krahn's sculptures will be on display at the Idaho Black History Museum through late September.
The sculptures, which reflect Krahn's advocacy for civil and human rights, include two large floor pots featuring images inspired by pictures of Kathleen Cleaver, who was married to Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver, according to a museum statement. Other pieces in the display are more recent and were fired in the Boise State pottery studio.
After graduating from Boise State in 1971, Krahn obtained a Master in Fine Art degree from San Francisco State University in 1977. A year later, he and his family moved back to Boise, where Krahn pursued a career in computer programming.
The museum's hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. It is located at 508 Julia Davis Drive, in Boise. For more information, call 433-0017.