My introduction to ceramics was at Delhi Blue pottery almost a decade ago. Spending half an hour wedging and preparing the clay and then centring on the kick wheel laid the foundation, which many years later, finally found its ground in Mumbai.
A Course at Raheja College of Art and Architecture in Mumbai, enabled me learn the basics of making clay, glazes and firing. As they say, you don’t choose pottery, pottery chooses you, and the process is so involving and intense, that you get completely sucked in.
My previous experience in fine arts does reflect in my works. Painting with underglaze, stains, I make wall platters, murals and sculptures, apart from functional ceramics.
For me, everyday in my home studio, is a learning experience, experimenting with different clay bodies, glazes and firing temperatures in my electric kiln, I move forward one step at a time.
Have participated in various Studio Potters Markets all over India .