Hospitality Teapot • mca008

Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC
Melisa Cadell, Large Teapot, In Tandem Gallery www.intandemgallery.com - Bakersville NC

Hospitality Teapot • mca008

598.00

Deep: 19”- Length: 8” - Width: 4.5”
2019

Clay painting: underglaze and underglaze pencil.
'“Art reveals the society from which it comes. It confirms and questions the thoughts of the age. It is not meant to answer questions, rather it is to question the answers.” M.C.

Hospitality Series: “ In most religious traditions, hospitality is considered God-Like and believers are expected to treat guests with respect and dignity. Giving someone a cup of tea is a symbol of hospitality. The barb wire clues one in that the hospitality is missing. With the ongoing migrations of people across the globe due to war, persecution and socio-economic collapse, People are leaving their extended families, their cultures and their ways of life as a means of survival. Who are we... not to welcome the stranger with compassion ?” M.C.

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