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Pouring Flowers
Encaustic and oil on plywood
30 x 30 cm

The mascot of the exhibition. This English made 19th century teapot originated from the Ceramics Collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Instead of tea, I am serving wax flowers sprouting from the center of a lake growing towards the teapot, like as if it is their sun. The teapot is an object that brings women together while listening to their stories. By pouring them, concentric reactions with the ripples of waves in the water are transmitted.