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Clay Craft by Anupama Jalan
Handcrafted Ceramic Serveware




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Combining her love for the beauty and simplicity of nature, and her intrigue for creativity in clay, Calcutta based pottery artist Anupama Jalan brings us a gorgeous collection of serve ware in glazed ceramic. Completely handcrafted in white clay, these pieces embody her belief that beauty lies in simplicity and imperfections.

The collection exhibits a unique and a very earthy color palette done using techniques such as spray glazing and hand brush painting. One also sees interesting yet simple explorations in the shape and form of each piece. These are created using a traditional wheel, the method of slip-casting and mould work.

“We mould the clay to shape a cup. But it is the emptiness inside which makes the recipient useful. Fullness has its function. But utility essentially belongs to emptiness.” – Anupama Jalan.