Opening Reception: Friday, May 26th from 6-8pm

Exhibit Dates:  May 26th – June 16th

In the Student Gallery:  EAC Art Classes

Description:  For thousands of years, teapots have been a familiar part of every day life, an object that nearly every person can connect with in some way.  As an object that is commonly associated with community, home, intimacy, and history, as well its form that is recognizable in countless variations, the teapot has long been an ideal canvas for artists to express ideas, both conceptually and in design.  From ancient Japanese ceremonies to debuts on Star Trek, the teapot has outlasted trends and infiltrated the lives nearly every community.  My intention with this exhibit is to showcase a wide range of ways that artists utilize the teapot form to investigate ideas and explore design and composition.  – Carolyn Tidball