Last chance to see some tip-top teapots
January 30, 2013 by James
Today is the last chance to see an exhibition consisting of a selection of more than 35 teapots that highlight the remarkable achievements, and the variety of work, created following the mandatory specifications of the Metals Department.
OCAC 20th Anniversary Tea Pot Show features the more traditional style of teapots, but also has many imaginative styles as well. Poster printing has probably been used to promote this exciting exhibition to people in this community and the surrounding regions.
Students participating in this teapot assignment are in their third year of study, with the students gaining exceptional skills, required discipline, and sturdy confidence. The objects they create are designed to expand the average person’s perception of what functional, yet everyday, objects should resemble. Some of the creative offerings include a Viking helmet, a twisted torso, and a panda bear, yet there are many others that will stir the guests’ imagination and make them question where the students found their ideas.
Admission to this exhibition is free and everyone is welcome to come and see what form these unusual teapots take. The show, which began on January 10, comes to its conclusion today, January 30, and can be seen from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Oregon College of Art and Craft located at 8245 SW Barnes Road in Portland, Oregon. For additional information about the exhibition, have a look at the Oregon College of Art and Craft website or call the college at 503-297-5544.