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An Embarrassment of Dishes, 2015
Blue pigment, 7-Up, simple syrup painted and kiln fired on a 1961 Noritake service for 12
$10,000 - 15,000
Portland
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The dinnerware was kiln fired to 1400° by technical assistant Toni Acock; the dishes are stable and …

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The dinnerware was kiln fired to 1400° by technical assistant Toni Acock; the dishes are stable and archival.

To create this work, Green used a Noritake dinner service for 12 that belonged to her grandmother. Not fond of the pattern but wishing to honor the gift, Green debated for years before deciding to repurpose …

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© Julie Green, photos by Mario Gallucci
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Portland
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The dinnerware was kiln fired to 1400° by technical assistant Toni Acock; the dishes are stable and …

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The dinnerware was kiln fired to 1400° by technical assistant Toni Acock; the dishes are stable and archival.

To create this work, Green used a Noritake dinner service for 12 that belonged to her grandmother. Not fond of the pattern but wishing to honor the gift, Green debated for years before deciding to repurpose …

Read more
Image rights
© Julie Green, photos by Mario Gallucci
An Embarrassment of Dishes, 2015
Blue pigment, 7-Up, simple syrup painted and kiln fired on a 1961 Noritake service for 12
$10,000 - 15,000
Portland
Have a question? Read our FAQ.