Pandit Pottery

Dewing, David
September 2011
Ceramics: Art & Perception;2011, Issue 85, p48
The article focuses on India-based studio potter Brahmdeo Ram Pandit and his studio in Mumbai, India. Particular focus is given to the materials, forms and methods he uses to construct his vessels, pots and sculptures. Various images of his ceramic work are also presented including "Turquoise Copper Barium Bottle," "Soda Fired Bottle" and "Sculpture Depicting Mumbai Island."


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