National Teapot Show X

NTSX221-1  Stacy Snyder  Teapot

Teapot
NTSX221-1     $160 SOLD
Stacy Snyder
Virginia

Stoneware.

photo credit:  Stacy Snyder

Straw Teapot
NTSX222-1     $275 SOLD
Ryan Greenheck
Pennsylvania

Porcelain

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX223-1  Gerald Arrington

Neolithic Teapot
NTSX223-1     $300 SOLD
Gerald Arrington
California

Ceramic.

"My process begins with throwing a closed form on the wheel, then applying thin layers of colored slips and stains.  Through alternating periods of drying and paddling, the form begins to take on the shape and characteristics of a river stone.  The resulting pieces are reminiscent of stratified sedimentary stones, altered through heat and pressure, then smoothed and polished by water."  ~  Gerald

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX224-1  Erik Haagensen

Par-Tea
NTSX224-1     $150 SOLD
Erik Haagensen
Tennessee

Earthenware.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX225-1  Kerry Gonzalez

Bailando Tpot 1
NTSX225-1      $175 SOLD
Kerry Gonzalez
North Carolina

Raku.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX225-2   Kerry Gonzalez

Bailando Tpot 2
NTSX225-2     $175 SOLD
Kerry Gonzalez 
North Carolina

Raku.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX226-1  Susan O'Brien

Spring Teapot
NTSX226-1     $400 NA
Susan O'Brien
Wisconsin

Porcelain.

"Referencing the female form, I combine various layers of textural and decorative information by weaving beautiful and sometimes repulsive elements.  Working from the framework of eighteenth-century corset, I employ a subtle sem-transucent satin matte glaze palette, inviting touch as skin or lingerie would.  The fact that my work is intended for the dining room opens the arena to formal interaction, while elements of "femaleness" are rendered sublime.  Paradoxically, I invite the viewer to interact with unorthodox textures and anatomy in a public setting, which may be more "appropriate" for the bedroom.  Metaphorical interwoven layers of humor, exaggeration, and subtle sarcasm allow me to be somewhat of "The Bad Girl in the Dining Room" while expressing my vision of contemporary decorative functional ceramics."  ~ Susan

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan
 

Wood-fired Teapot
NTSX227-1     $95 SOLD
Joe Sink
North Carolina

Wood-fired stoneware.

"I strive to create pots with strong form and function that display surfaces only found in long wood firings."  ~ Joe

Joe's pottery studio is located in one of the Cedar Creek Gallery studios.

photo credit:   Jennifer Dolan
 

NTSX228-1  Chris Theiss & Kristin Loffer Theiss

Primary Faces Teapot
NTSX228-1     $150 SOLD
Chris Theiss & Kristin Loffer Theiss
Washington

Porcelain, glaze and image transfers.

"This teapot is the most recent form resulting from a collaboration
between myself and my wife, Kristin Loffer Theiss, who is a textile
artist with an amazing eye for color and talent for creating unique
patterns and prints.  I sculpt the forms, make the molds, and cast
them in porcelain.  Kristin then makes the decisions on color
and pattern."  ~  Chris

photo credit:  Christ Theiss

 

NTSX229-1  Richard Arena

Teapot
NTSX229-1     $110 SOLD
Richard Aerni
New York

Porcelain with wood ash glaze.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX229-2  Richard Arena

Teapot
NTSX229-2   $110 SOLD
Richard Aerni
New York

Porcelain with wood ash glaze.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan
 

NTSX230-1  Mark Fitzgerald

Teapot with 4 Tea Cups
NTSX230-1  $230 SOLD
Mark Fitzgerald
Pennsylvania

Stoneware.

"Our work makes no attempt to declare any bold statements or break any new frontiers.  Rather, it is the quiet simplicity of carrying on a centuries old tradition, that gives our work its' subtle beauty." ~ Mark

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX231-1  Elizabeth Kendall

Will You Be Mother?
NTSX231-1     $1,200 NA
Elizabeth Kendall
Maryland

Cone 9 oxidation, porcelain, wheel-thrown and altered cylinders.

"I like to work with multiple elements, like building blocks, that I combine to form a whole.  These parts can create not just one form, however, they are building blocks with which you can build and rebuild.   while making this sculpture, I was thinking not just about the family heirloom teapot that is brought out for the formal family celebration but perhaps for the imaginary child's tea party.  It's parts are a puzzle that can be whatever our imagination inspires."  ~  Elizabeth

photo credit:  Elizabeth Kendall

NTSX232-1  Ben Owen, III

Teapot
NTSX232-1     $350 SOLD
Ben Owen, III
North Carolina

Porcelain with turquoise matte melon glaze.

photo credit:  Ben Owen, III

NTSX232-2  Ben Owen, III

Teapot
NTSX232-2     $350 SOLD
Ben Owen, III
North Carolina

Porcelain with plum glaze.

photo credit:  Ben Owen, III

NTSX233-1  Steven Hill

Utitled
NTSX233-1     $420 NA
Steven Hill
Missouri

Thrown and altered porcelain.  Ribbed slip design, multiple sprayed glazes. Single fired in cone 8 electric kiln.

photo credit:  J Dolan

NTSX234-1  Jeff Dean

Temoku Teapot with Green Dots
NTSX234-1     $145 SOLD
Jeff Dean
North Carolina

Clay.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX234-2   Jeff Dean

Black Teapot with Blue Spots
NTSX234-2      $145 SOLD
Jeff Dean
North Carolina

Clay.

"This teapot was modeled after old metal oil cans!"  ~ Jeff

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX235-1  Jennifer Stas

Tea Garden
NTSX235-1   $80 SOLD
Jennifer Stas
North Carolina

Hand-built, mid-range stoneware clay with slips, underglazes, stains and glazes.

"I find all the inspiration I need in the endless imagery of the mountains and coasts of North Carolina, which I try to reflect in my pottery through vibrant colors against the earthy brown of the clay and the contrast of mattes and velvets against the shiny and hard surfaces."  ~  Jennifer

Jennifer's pottery studio is located in one of the Cedar Creek Gallery studios.  Click here to read more about Jennifer.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX235-2  Jennifer Stas  Bumble Teapot

Bumble Tea
NTSX235-2    $350 SOLD
Jennifer Stas
North Carolina

Hand-built mid-range stoneware clay with slips, stains and glazes.

"I find all the inspiration I need in the endless imagery of the mountains and coasts of North Carolina, which I try to reflect in my pottery through vibrant colors against the earthy brown of the clay and the contrast of mattes and velvets against the shiny and hard surfaces."  ~  Jennifer

Jennifer's pottery studio is located in one of the Cedar Creek Gallery studios.  Click here to read more about Jennifer.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX235-3 Jennifer Stas

Sunflower Fields Forever
NTSX235-3     $350 SOLD
Jennifer Stas
North Carolina

Hand-built mid-range stoneware clay with slips, stains and glazes.

"It has always been my philosophy that the objects we use everyday do not have to be ordinary just because they serve an ordinary purpose.  The fundamental goal of my work is simple: a marriage between aesthetics and function, brought about through distinctive use of color and form."  ~  Jennifer

Jennifer's pottery studio is located in one of the Cedar Creek Gallery studios.  Click here to read more about Jennifer.

On the July 6, 2017 episode of UNC-TV NC Weekend's segement on Collecting  Carolina, Jennifer discussed how she constructed this teapot with executive producer, Julia Carpenter.  Click here to watch the video.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX235-4  Jennifer Stas

Tea is for Turtle Too
NTSX235-4  $350 SOLD
Jennifer Stas
North Carolina

Hand-built mid-range stoneware clay with slips, glazes and stains.

"I find all the inspiration I need in the endless imagery of the mountains and coasts of North Carolina, which I try to reflect in my pottery through vibrant colors against the earthy brown of the clay and the contrast of mattes and velvets against the shiny and hard surfaces."  ~ Jennifer

Jennifer's pottery studio is in one of the Cedar Creek studios.  Click here to read more about Jennifer.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX235-5 Jennifer Stas Daisy Dukes

Daisy Dukes
NTSX235-5  $200 SOLD
Jennifer Stas
North Carolina

Hand-built mid-range stoneware clay with slips, glazes and underglazes.

"It has always been my philosophy that the objects we use everyday do not have to be ordinary just because they serve an ordinary purpose.  The fundamental goal of my work is simple: a marriage between aesthetics and function, brought about through distinctive use of color and form."  ~  Jennifer

Jennifer's pottery studio is located in one of the Cedar Creek Gallery studios.  Click here to read more about Jennifer.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

 

NTSX235-6  Jennifer Stas

Unitea
NTSX235-6     $150 SOLD
Jennifer Stas
North Carolina

Slab-built, mid-range paperclay with slips, underglazes, stains and glazes.

Jennifer's pottery studio is located in one of the Cedar Creek Gallery studios.  Click here to read more about Jennifer.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

 

NTSX235-7   Jennifer Stas

Wall Flowers
NTSX235-7     $150 SOLD
Jennifer Stas
North Carolina

Slab-built, mid-range stoneware clay with slips, underglazes, stains and glazes.

"I find all the inspiration I need in the endless imagery of the mountains and coasts of North Carolina, which I try to reflect in my pottery through vibrant colors against the earthy brown of the clay and the contrast of mattes and velvets against the shiny hard surfaces."  ~  Jennifer

Jennifer's pottery studio is located in one of the Cedar Creek Gallery studios.  Click here to read more about Jennifer. 

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

 

NTSX235-8  Jennifer Stas

Chick-a-tea
NTSX235-8     $800 SOLD
Jennifer Stas
North Carolina

Hand-built, mid-range stoneware clay with slips, underglazes, stains and glazes.

"I find all the inspiration I need in the endless imagery of the mountains and coasts of North Carolina, which I try to reflect in my pottery through vibrant colors agains the earthy brown of the clay."  ~  Jennifer

Jennifer's pottery studio is located in one of the Cedar Creek Gallery studios.  Click here to read more about Jennifer.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX236-1  Davin & Susan Butterfield Blue Teapot

Blue Teapot
NTSX236-1     $150 SOLD
Davin & Susan Butterfield
New York

Clay.  Gas reduction firing.

Botanical inspired brush work over glaze.

photo credit:  Jason Dowdle
 

NTS236-2  Davin & Susan Butterfield Teapot

Green Teapot
NTSX236-2     $150 SOLD
Davin & Susan Butterfield
New York

Clay.

"Gas reduction, botanical inspired brush work over glaze."  ~  Davin

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan
 

NTSX237-1  Peter Karner  Teapot

Teapot
NTSX237-1    $250 SOLD
Peter Karner
Colorado

Thrown, altereed and hand-built stoneware. Carbon trapped in high-fired, heavy reduction gas kiln.

"My mother is a quilter, and I find my attraction to geometric pattern stems from my childhood exposure to her work.  African and Japanese textiles, Islamic ironwork, modern architecture, and the natural world have also influenced both my forms and decoration.  It is my intention to create modern, yet timeless, work that embodies the soulful expression of my love of flowers, food, and still-life."  ~  Peter

photo credit:  Jason Dowdle

NTSX237-2  Peter Karner Teapot

Teapot
NTSX237-2     $250 SOLD
Peter Karner
Colorado

Thrown, altered and hand-built stoneware with wax resist, latex, dipping and brushwork.  Carbon trapped in high-fired, heavy reduction kiln.

"My mother is a quilter, and I find my attraction to geometric pattern stems from my childhood exposure to her work.  African and Japapnese textiles, Islamic iron work, modern architecture and the natural world have also influenced both my forms and decoration.  It is my intention to create modern, yet timeless, work that embodies the soulful expression of my lover of flowers, food and still-life."  ~  Peter

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX238-1  Travis Owens

Teapot with Japanese Maple Leaf
NTSX238-1     $165 SOLD
Travis Owens
North Carolina

Stoneware.  

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX239-1   Pam Owens

Teapot with Incised Vine
NTSX239-1     $200 SOLD
Pam Owens
North Carolina

Stoneware.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan
 

NTSX239-2  Pam Owens & Jennie Keats

Teapot
NTSX239-2     $400 NA
Pam Owens & Jennie Keats
North Carolina

Stoneware and copper.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan
 

Pumpkin Teapot
NTSX240-1     $150 SOLD
Bayle Owens
North Carolina

Stoneware.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan
 

NTSX241-1   Vernon Owens

Untitled
NTSX241-1     $250 SOLD
Vernon Owens
North Carolina

Stoneware.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

Teapot
NTSX242-1     $350 SOLD
Marty Fielding
North Carolina

Cone 4 red clay.

"I seek harmony in my surroundings, moments of respite from the rush and concerns of daily life.  I find a sense of calm in the emotion expressed in a song, muted colors in nature and art, and drinking coffee from a handmade cup.  The synthesis of my research in post-modern architecture, abstract painting, and experimental music culminates in my utilitarian pottery.  Each of these influences contain the element of abstraction, an austerity and restraint in form, and an intentional trajectory for moving the body, eye, or psyche through space.  The geometric forms combined with painted color become utilitarian 3-D Color Field paintings."  ~  Marty

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX243-1   Kristin Schoonover

Teapot
NTSX243-1     $185 SOLD
Kristin Schoonover
North Carolina

White stoneware.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX244-1  David Voll Fluted Teapot

Fluted Teapot
NTSX244-1     $200 NA
David Voll
New Jersey

Stoneware.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX245-1  John Martin

Black Tea
NTSX245-1     $395 SOLD
John Martin
North Carolina

Iron crystalline glazed porcelain, patinated copper and brass, marble and wood.

John is known to Cedar Creek Gallery fans by his beautiful gardens, plant nursery, orchids and begonias inside the gallery.  John also creates stunning crystalline glazed vases and lamps. Click here to read more about John.

On July 6, 2017 episoed of UNC-TV NC Weekend's sement on Collecting Carolina, John discusses this teapot lamp with executive producer, Julia Carpenter.  Click here to watch the video.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan
 

NTSX246-1  Geoff Lloyd

Untitled
NTSX246-1   $120 SOLD
Geoff Lloyd
North Carolina

Porcelain.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX246-2  Geoff Lloyd

Untitled
NTSX246-2  $120 NA
Geoff Lloyd
North Carolina

Porcelain.

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

NTSX247-1  Jennifer Mecca Teapot

Aqua Teapot for Two
NTSX247-1   $265 SOLD
Jennifer Mecca
North Carolina

Porcelain with colored porcelain springs, added stains and accent glazes.

"This teapot is a twist in a new series of pieces with a opalescent accent glaze.  My work is increasingly having more surface decoration which takes planning and multi-layer steps."  ~  Jennifer

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan
 

NTSX248-1  Stephen Fabrico

Teapot of Flowers
NTSX248-1   $250 SOLD
Stephen Fabrico
New York

High-fired stoneware.

"Put together like a patchwork quilt using images of leaves and other inspirations in nature and abstract designs."  ~ Stephen

photo credit:  Jennifer Dolan

If you are interested in learning more about or purchasing this teapot, please call the gallery at 919-528-1041 between 10am - 6pm EST.