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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Teapot in a roundabout, Brunei


P1020762
Originally uploaded by 9-lives

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Forest Teapot


Forest Teapot
Originally uploaded by copperheart
An old metals project... pewter with cast bronze branches.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Teapot collector changes deal

A wealthy art collector from Los Angeles said this month that he has pulled out of a commitment to exclusively display his eclectic collection of teapots at a museum in Sparta intended for them.
The Sparta Teapot Museum has raised $4.2 million, including more than $1 million of federal and state money, to draw tourists to a region hard-hit by manufacturing losses.
Now organizers say that even with the loss of the teapot collection they don’t intend to return any of the money they have raised.
Full story by Sherry Youngquist

Saturday, October 13, 2007

HEAD FULL OF DREAMS


HEAD FULL OF DREAMS
Originally uploaded by yosoh

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Osbournes auction


Sharon Osbournes's clearing everything out,in a million-pound auction sale.
It's been reported that about 600 items from her estates here and in the states will be going on sale, including a teapot lamp with a colander shade from their kitchen estimate £200 to £300.
Public Exhibition:
Monday, November 26th – Thursday, November 29th (10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Daily)
Live and Online Auction:
Friday, November 30th, 2007
(Session I: 10:00 a.m. P.S.T.)
Saturday, December 1st (Session II: 10:00 a.m.
Session III: 2:00 p.m. P.S.T.)
at The Gibson Guitar Showroom
9350 Civic Center Drive, Suite 130
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
more details here

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Mars Sterling Silver teapot


Made to order by Raju Peddada
11 x 13 x 3"
$10000.
Raju's mission is to create unique and rewarding relationships with customers by enabling them to experience the myth, mystery and fantasy in his creations.
See more at Funtion+Art

Stephan Cox


Stephan Cox - Teapot 25 - Blown and sculpted glass
Recently exhibited at Function+Art

Monday, October 08, 2007

Record number of teapots

Sue Blazye is in the Guinness Book of records for the largest collection of teapots, currently standing at 5548.

Sparta Teapot Museum

Organizers of the Sparta Teapot Museum, which received $900,000 in taxpayer-funded grants and a bushel of unwanted publicity, are planning to build a very different museum than first envisioned. It's expected to be a fraction of the original size and won't focus exclusively on a donated teapot collection.
The wealthy principal donor plans to take many, though not all, of his teapots elsewhere and has all but abandoned the idea of building a 10,000-square-foot foundation headquarters in the small N.C. mountain town of Sparta.
Sonny Kamm, the prominent Los Angeles securities lawyer who planned to donate his 10,000 teapots, said he's exploring other options.
Full story

Sunday, October 07, 2007

Lynn Ludemann


Lynn Ludemann's functional sculpture incorporates found objects and metals, and makes witty and original use of vintage and recycled materials. She has been exhibiting her clocks since 1990, has received awards, and has her work in galleries nationwide. Lynn is an honors graduate of University of California at Santa Barbara.
visit her website

Friday, October 05, 2007

John Elder Best In Show prize


Each year, the late Nellie Allen Smith is honored by Cape Fear Studios with a commemorative juried pottery competition with assistance from her husband, Ritchie Smith.
A Best In Show prize of $250 went to John Elder for his small porcelain “Teapot.”
“Its exquisite and subtle carving, understated yet elegant, present an elegant overall decorative motif of criss-crossing bamboo stalks,” Gordon said. “With its loosely woven handle and pale celadon tonalities,
I see ‘Teapot’ as a modern homage to Sung Dynasty porcelain ware.’’


Read the full article

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Patrick Amiot Sculpture Art