"I find the teapot form an open end of never ending explorations. These pieces are a result of the interplay between observation, fantasy, imagination, and technical skill. The teapot form remains as a comfortable and sociable vehicle, which links us firmly to the present and the past."
"All wild birds beguile and fascinate, and Annette Corcoran’s porcelain bird teapots do that, and more. Corcoran’s work draws on her love of wild birds, and her extraordinary ability to capture them in porcelain. Each piece is a complete sculpture that captures the gesture and spirit of the subject birds, even when tethered to the requirements of their teapot perches." Credit: Martha Drexler Lynn