Don Osborn David Powell Peter Russom
Norman Taber Carol Vossler Rebecca Soderholm
Debra Koechel Kahler Eric Reinemann
|Plattsburgh State Art Museum|
Faculty Exhibition 2004
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Blush Porcelain Teapot
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Opposites attract me I want stable forms to be moving the formal to be
intimate, the serious, playful, the elegant, whimsical. My work attempts to
combine contradiction and leave space for your discovery.
The teapots are made from liquid porcelain clay, poured onto plaster to harden into sheets. I use the sheets before they are stiff to form the teapots (much as you would use fabric to form a hat). I enjoy the challenge of changing the position of one part and how this forces me to reconsider each part and its relationship to the whole teapot. These small shifts keep me involved and give each teapot an individual vitality.
|33. Blush Porcelain Teapot
6 ¼” x 7 ½” x 5½”
|34. Double Twisted Teapot
7” x 8 ½” x 4 ½”
|35. Black Top Teapot
6” x 9” x 3 ¼”
|36. Double Salmon Teapot
6 ¼” x 9” x 6”
|37. Small White Teapot
6 x 9 ¼” x 3 ¼”
|38. Book of Changes
porcelain and nails
38” x 31”
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