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The Mad Potter’s Tea Party Preview

Strychnin gallery has teamed up with The New English, aninnovative company that combines contemporary designs and old-fashioned bonechina shapes to bring an epic tea party group show, The Mad Potter’s Tea Party,which opened February 4.

Invited artists were asked to creatework that would then be imposed on full china tea sets. The results areluminous and feature dark, unexpected twists of the fabled wonderland tea party.Strychnin sent over a few preview images,take peek at more after the jump.

Kristen Ferrell

Strychnin gallery has teamed up with The New English, an innovative company that combines contemporary designs and old-fashioned bone china shapes to bring an epic tea party group show, The Mad Potter’s Tea Party, which opened February 4. Invited artists were asked to create work that would then be imposed on full china tea sets. The results are luminous and feature dark, unexpected twists of the fabled wonderland tea party.

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