As part of our project RACU (Restaurants and Ceramics Universal) we have been exhibiting ceramics at the Fabcafe, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, India.
Handmade Ceramic Vases
JANUARY to MARCH 2019
We have curated some beautiful vases at the Fabcafe, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, India. These are expressions in ceramic by 8 ceramists from the city of Delhi NCR. Please contact Divyam at +918527402164 if you wish to purchase the vases.
1. Alpana Gambhir: Celebrating love with raku.
2. Divyam Surabhi: Blue wedding vase. It’s quite an unusual method to create a pot and divide it into 2 halves. I tremendously enjoy putting the dots on this vase. The name ‘wedding’ because I am a bride to be (Dec 2019).
3. Priyanka Sharma: A vase is one of the most natural forms that emerges out of a potter’s hands on the wheel. It is also amongst the most ancient shapes that can be traced back to the oldest civilizations. Yet it is fascinating because it still offers limitless possibilities. I love to experiment with vases, not only with their shapes but also with countless ways in which I can express my freedom through glazes.
4. Rekha Bajpe Aggarwal: The inspiration is melting rocks, as if pulled out from the inner core of molten lava within. The form is very organic and the effect of melting ash gives it an eternal feel. It is fired to a high temperature. It is recommended to use this vase for dry flower arrangements only.
5. Seema Kalra: Every now and then I like to challenge myself…and this double walled vase with cutwork is the result of one such moment. As a functional art piece to be placed on your centre table by itself or for an ikebana arrangement.
6. Shehla Hashmi: Outer surface is engraved. Have used a white matt glaze as flowers of any colour will look alive in it.
7. Sneh Sharma: Bottle shaped vase with irregular fluting. Simple blue glaze flowing down the uneven surface.
8. Supriya Kanwar: This particular piece is wheel thrown and I have used stains and glazes. It’s a high temperature stoneware pot.