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Sin Tea


Bronze, 2015


3 x 3 x 3”


Art 223 Sculpture - Metal Casting



Traditionally in China and Japan, sipping tea can be considered an opportunity to meditate and contemplate the surroundings. While holding a cup of tea and drinking it can offer a time of release from stress, holding a cup that weighs a few pounds in bronze, paradoxically, does not. Thus, I use bronze to allude to the weight of a suppositional conversation between Adam and Eve after the original sin mentioned in the Bible. This piece is open to the viewers’ imagination and gives them the opportunity to envision a whimsical and unreal interaction between both subjects.

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