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Sink and Tub

Description: Work of art in stoneware, acrylic by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Potty Talk".
Date: 2019
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fountain (Detail 2)

Description: Work of art in stoneware, oxides, glaze, PVC, paint, lead solder By artist Teresa Larrabee as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Potty Talk". Water from the faucets of my former studio, photo lab, and visiting print press artist's apartment fill the toilet bowls.
Date: 2019
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Suppression Points

Description: Work of art in stoneware, faux pearls, found objects, mixed media by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of her 2019 MFA Portfolio.
Date: 2017
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Eyeroll

Description: Work of art in 11,000 googly eyes, metal dome, motor (it can be set up to spin so all the eyes roll together, or stationary so they are all staring at you) by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of her 2019 MFA Portfolio.
Date: 2018
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Self Portrait

Description: Work of art in stoneware, underglaze, acrylic, resin by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of her 2019 MFA Portfolio.
Date: 2018
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

The Barbaras

Description: Work of art in stoneware, acrylic, broom bristles, crayon, bow by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of her 2019 MFA Portfolio.
Date: 2018
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

The Barbaras (Detail)

Description: Work of art in stoneware, acrylic, broom bristles, crayon, bow (Detail showing texture, color mixing, and hand-painted "glass" eyes) by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of her 2019 MFA Portfolio.
Date: 2018
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Loveseat and Third Wheel

Description: Work of art in Red stoneware, rug, bucket, matboard, pedestal by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Potty Talk".
Date: 2019
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Nightmare Bathrooms #1 and #2 (details)

Description: Work of art in 3D printed toilets, acrylic, foam core, door peeps by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Potty Talk". Views through the lenses. The pieces are installed behind a wall to appear as a full room through the door viewer. Inspired by reoccurring nightmares both dreamt and experienced.
Date: 2019
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

42 Self Portraits (Detail)

Description: Work of art in makeup wipes, pine, matboard, glass by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Potty Talk". This day, I wore eyebrow pencil, mascara, eye shadow, and two different colors of lipstick (I couldn't decide between red and purple).
Date: 2019
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fountain (Detail 1)

Description: Work of art in stoneware, oxides, glaze, PVC, paint, lead solder By artist Teresa Larrabee as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Potty Talk". Detail of the PVC pipes at the top of the sculpture. Copper and iron metallic paints and soil were used to dirty the pipes, and copper tape and lead solder was then incorporated haphazardly. The excessive heavy metals in the water were the result of the building's own plumbing deteriorating over time, and not from the city pipes leading into the building. Additional pipes were installed in corners around the gallery to tie the piece to the building itself.
Date: 2019
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

42 Self Portraits

Description: Work of art in makeup wipes, pine, matboard, glass by artist Teresa Larrabee as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Potty Talk".
Date: 2019
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
Location Info:
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fountain

Description: Work of art in Stoneware, oxides, glaze, PVC, paint, lead solder By artist Teresa Larrabee as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Potty Talk". Made to comment on the non-potable water in our graduate and ceramic studios at UNT. After many years of dismissing the "aggressively orange" water, tests found high amounts of iron, copper, and lead in much of the building's water supply. The gallery space pictured and the undergraduate ceramic studios are the only currently used areas in the building, and will also eventually be shut down. )
Date: 2019
Creator: Larrabee, Teresa Kaye
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

It's 2050, Where are all the Angelfish?

Description: Work of art in ceramic sculpture, plastic by artist Amy Wachal as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Angelfish Prayers".Each year, at least 8.8 million tons of plastics are leaked into the ocean: the equivalent of dumping the contents of one garbage trucks into the ocean every minute. Unless corrective action is taken, this figure is expected to increase to two trucks per minute by 2030, and four per minute by 2050.The oceans currently hold over 150 million tons of plastic waste. If this scenario is allowed to continue, the oceans will contain one ton of plastic for every three tons of fish by 2025, and more plastic than fish by 2050.
Date: 2018
Creator: Wachal, Amy
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Olivine Pool

Description: Work of art in ceramic sculpture and bronze by artist Amy Wachal as part of a 2019 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Angelfish Prayers". On the main island of Hawaii, the lava flows have created Olivine Tide Pools. In this piece, the spirit of the island known as Pele, a fiery goddess, is saddened by the inability of the human species to as yet claim it’s inheritance of dominion and care of the planet and the oceans.
Date: 2017
Creator: Wachal, Amy
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design