Words for Holburne Project

We are submitting 5 sentences to describe our project for exhibition and media purposes to Fiona. I emailed mine this evening. Here are mine Janice’s travel flasks are a material response to William Holburne’s paper passport document, his travelling Yixing teapot and his experience of the Grand Tour. At first glance two unrelated objects, however, … Continue reading Words for Holburne Project

Muse: The collection inspires: Proposal

On Monday 10th February we had our presentation to the Holburne Museum on our proposals so far for the project. The PowerPoint presentation is here: Holburne 02-18 Summary from feedback I proposed to make the moon flasks, and had discussion about size, function and exhibition for Up late night. Things I need to work out … Continue reading Muse: The collection inspires: Proposal

INVESTIGATE CERAMIC OBJECT: – YIXING STONEWARE TRAVELING TEAPOT/FLASK

Technical A little more information has come from the Holburne Museum regarding the teapot. I supplemented this from a search in the V & A’s online collection, where they have a similar teapot, this is the description: Yixing made 1800-1850 / Qing dynasty unglazed stoneware with incised decoration teapot of flattened globular form with curved … Continue reading INVESTIGATE CERAMIC OBJECT: – YIXING STONEWARE TRAVELING TEAPOT/FLASK