Ernest Miller’s ceramics are coveted — not only by discerning collectors, but also by those who love using his cups, bowls, and plates every day. The feel, the shape, the minimalist detailing; to enjoy a sip of coffee, a taste of wine, a bowl of soup from one of Miller’s ceramics is the definitive merging of art and life. As curator of this show, he’s turned his eye toward colleagues whose work is equally arresting. That includes Kyle Osvog’s open-lattice sculptures, Lee Persell’s biomimicry, and Monica Rudquist’s explosive expressions. The ceramists in this show transform clay with the magic of alchemists.