Jyotsna Bhatt passes away, witness some beautiful pieces of art by India's famous potter

Baroda-based Bhatt, who is considered to be one of India's best known ceramic artists, breathed her last on July 11, two days after she suffered a stroke. She was in her 80s. "She was a gentle and caring woman, who did an amazing job. A nodal figure for ceramic artists, her works have gained wide recognition. Bhatt decided to offer various shapes to the earthy materials in her kiln - from some cats to chairs. See pics

India TV Lifestyle Desk [ Published on: July 17, 2020 13:40 IST ]
  • Jyotsna Bhatt passes away, witness some beautiful pieces of art by India's famous potter 
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    Jyotsna Bhatt passes away, witness some beautiful pieces of art by India's famous potter 

  • Ceramic artist Jyotsna Bhatt has been among the country's brightest.  
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    Ceramic artist Jyotsna Bhatt has been among the country's brightest.

     

  • Her work contains several references. Each exhibition she had for Jyotsna Bhatt was another journey.  
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    Her work contains several references. Each exhibition she had for Jyotsna Bhatt was another journey.

     

  • Bhatt decided to give countless shapes to the earthy materials in her furnace-from robust cats to chirping buds.  
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    Bhatt decided to give countless shapes to the earthy materials in her furnace-from robust cats to chirping buds.

     

  • Jyotsna Bhatt was a keen observer of crafts, imbibing traditional and modern  
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    Jyotsna Bhatt was a keen observer of crafts, imbibing traditional and modern

     

  • She settled in Baroda (now Vadodara), after completing a ceramics course at the Brooklyn Museum Art School under Jolyon Hofsted in the mid-1960s.  
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    She settled in Baroda (now Vadodara), after completing a ceramics course at the Brooklyn Museum Art School under Jolyon Hofsted in the mid-1960s.

     

  • Although her deep bond with nature was expressed in the various forms carefully crafted by Jyotsna Bhatt, perhaps it also influenced her practice's very medium.  
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    Although her deep bond with nature was expressed in the various forms carefully crafted by Jyotsna Bhatt, perhaps it also influenced her practice's very medium.

     

  • Her works look like tiny souvenirs, earth songs which reflected so many earthly rhythms.  
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    Her works look like tiny souvenirs, earth songs which reflected so many earthly rhythms.

     

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