Americans love art. And we love art museums. First there was MoMA – the Museum of Modern Art. It’s in New York. Then there was MOCA – The Museum of Contemporary Art. It’s in Los Angeles. Then came MOPA – The Museum of Photographic Art. It’s in San Diego. Now there’s MOPPA – The Museum of Plumbing & Plumbing Art. MOPPA is everywhere – because it’s on the World Wide Web. MOPPA, The Museum of Plumbing & Plumbing Art looks at plumbing as art and the art of plumbing. We look for pictures of beautiful plumbing configurations which are gorgeous and definitely qualify as art. And we also feature artwork created from plumbing materials and supplies.
We encourage people to send us pictures of great plumbing or great artwork made from plumbing, and we will feature the best submissions in our museum. We will give you credit for your submissions and you retain full rights to the images you submit. If you are an artist who creates artwork using plumbing plumbing materials, please send us pictures of your work to be considered for inclusion in our museum.
We are soon setting up a museum gift shop – just like at real museums – and we will be selling select plumbing artwork on a consignment basis.
We are also looking for the right space in which to install a physical museum. The Arts District in downtown Los Angeles seems like the most logical place to put our museum. Please come back and visit us again. We look forward to interacting with you and sharing our wonderful plumbing art.
MOPPA was conceived by Dawn Sando Copley and is produced by Saville Katz and Mambreh Gharahkani. MOPPA would like to thank our principal sponsor, Mr Speedy Plumbing & Rooter, Inc., headquartered in Los Angeles, for having the vision to support this great concept.