7 Pottery Spots in India That You Must Visit

  • Ada Gupta
  • Pottery
  • July 5, 2017
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Pottery in India is a wonderful fusion of concepts, designs, and execution. The Indian hands are experts in molding clay to form various kinds of things of utility, toys, deities of worship and sculptures since the ancient era. There are many spots in India that are famous for their extraordinary pottery products.

If you’re traveling through India and if pottery is something that interests you, do check out some of these spots:-

Andretta Pottery Studio and Craft Society, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh

They say it is the...

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10 Inspiring Instagram Potters to Follow

  • Ada Gupta
  • Pottery
  • June 22, 2017
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Who doesn't like a daily dose of inspiration in their Instagram newsfeed to get their creative juices flowing! We've put together a list of truly inspiring ceramists and potters whose work varies from contemporary, traditional to groundbreaking!

Their Instagram pages give you a glance of their beautiful and attractive pottery work which they capture in a manner that demands your attention. We promise you'll love waking up to your newsfeed after you follow this bunch:

Eric Landon

Eric Landon the co-founder of Tortus Cop...

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9 Pottery Books you should consider investing in

  • Abhilasha
  • Pottery
  • June 9, 2017
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From beginning to learn pottery to an advanced level potter, every now and then we face a creative block or need a reference to execute an idea in mind. And although advice and solutions on pottery can be found all over the internet, there’s something different about picking up a book to reference the thoughts of master potters from around the world. We've put together a list of books that come highly recommended from our fellow potters.

From throwing to glazing, hand-building to functional pottery, get some inspirational i...

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8 Youtube Potters every beginner should follow

  • Anuja Gupta
  • Pottery
  • May 18, 2017
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When I started learning pottery, I had no mentor whom I could go to on a regular basis to learn new techniques or get feedback from. Those who are well versed with the world of ceramics know that learning on your own is not an easy feat. I still have a long way to go, but thanks to these 8 Youtube Potters it seems like I have master potters just a click away. I spend my weekends learning from these great artists who have taught me much more about pottery than I could ever hope.

If you're like me and are looking for inspiration an...

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