Andy Titcomb ceramics
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Eunjung says the body of the teapot may be viewed as a "living" vessel to contain nature like a mother's womb that is pregnant with emergent life. The cover of the body is an entrance to collect stories from nature through a passage in time. The spout is a nose of the creature that breathers, and the teapot invites a user with the aroma of tea through her spout, as flowers attract bees with their perfume and honey. The spout pours collected nature and nourishment through use, allowing human nature and "Nature" to meet. Finally, the handle provides a tangible aspect for the teapot, for the object's engagement is aroused to serve tea.

Andy Titcomb Lavender Cottage St. Mabyn Cornwall PL30 3BL England
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