The Oregon College of Art and Craft has contributed more than 200 images of richly diverse works by faculty members to the Artstor Digital Library. The selection, which dates from 1986 to 2011, includes ceramics, fiber arts, works on paper, paintings, sculpture, installations, photographs and video.
Selected works reveal both creative and technical brilliance with results that are provocative, subversive, whimsical and beautiful.
- Christine Clark. Teapot with Pink. 2007. Hand-raised 18 gauge sterling silver with applied concrete to a welded steel wire, with flocking. Image and data from Oregon College of Art and Craft. Photograph Bill Bachhuber.
- Christine Clark. Wire Teapot. 2010. 14 to 20 gauge steel wire torch welded, hand woven. Image and data from Oregon College of Art and Craft. Photograph Stephen Funk.
The teapot project, an enduring rite of passage for students in metals is represented by two versions by Christine Clark who headed the department and conceived the project: Teapot with Pink, 2007, and Wire Teapot, 2010.