Metalsmith/Sculptor

O'Dwyer's extravagant teapots have the same confident presence as those Rocco examples of the eighteenth century that made teatime such a social and cultural focal point

​Helen Clifford, Curator , 20th Century Silver, British Craft Council

Much like the artist himself, Kevin O'Dwyer's work is an unconventional mix of tradition and innovation. Dramatic and elegant in its form, the work engages the viewer to look beyond the main object to the space that surrounds. It whirls in a frozen dervish dance that embraces the air and makes the negative form part of the piece.

Michelle Bufano, Director, Pratt Fine Arts Center, USA