Friday, March 12, 2010

Studio Pottery & Paper Products by purplehomes

Yes! You heard it right. 

A little self promotion never hurt anyone. So today I am going to be doing just that :)

All you lovely readers at Delhi & NCR, who are interested in anything that is handmade / designer or creative, must have at one time or the other, been to Shahpur Jat. A heaven for offbeat and artistic products. Be it garments, jewellery, home accessories, paper products or art! Each little lane there holds such treasures. I can spend my life there.

I don’t know about myself but my studio pottery and paper products are going to be spending some time there! Yes! You can now see my work at “The MaxiMum Store. There, I have said it! Yippee!

The MaxiMum store is a lovely outlet for all things pretty. They are “A home to an array of premium merchandise that ranges from exclusive garments, trendy maternity wear, arts and crafts, lifestyle products, unique gifts and accessories for women, their homes, their families.

They also hold exhibitions, workshops, talks et al. If you haven’t been there, do take out sometime to go there. You will love the décor and the merchandise. Check out there website and their products here.


The MaxiMum Store

Sneak peek : purplehomes studio pottery




To see more, click here.

And now its time for another announcement: I am going to be conducting a Pottery workshop (Handbuilding) at the MaxiMum Store on the 10th/11th of April. 

If you are are interested please write to me for details at purplehomes.blogspot@gmail.com or register yourself directly at the purplehomes facebook page, right here. I hope to see you there!

How to reach:
Address: 5J/1 ShahpurJat, near Asiad Village, New Delhi, India
Contact Numbers: +91 11 26493150 / 46168026
Store timings:  1000 hours- 1900 hours. Open all days.



 Images :  Personal Collection & courtesy the MaxiMum store

16 comments:

Parul said...

What fun! Good going, P. I am stuck in BBay of course but have asked Mum to go see your stuff once she returns to Dilli. Well done!

Vasudha.dilip said...

hey lovely... i have always admired your work....

AA said...

Awesome !! The pottery is so gorgeous.. i m so glad you followed where you heart is and did'nt get in thE race of corporate world ! All the best:)

purplehomes said...

Parul: Yes yes! please ask aunty to give critical feedback;)

Vasudha : Thanks!

AA: How u doin? And so happy to hear from you. Thanks for the wishes

TheKeyBunch said...

Impressive! Can't wait to see your paper stuff. Way to go!

- Sharon

Once Upon A Tea Time said...

Hi purplehomes,
Congratulations and all the best to you!

purplehomes said...

Sharon: thanks..will be posting bout it v v soon

OUATT: Thanks!

Patricia Torres said...

This is awesome... Best of luck!! I've always admired your work!! How long is the workshop for?>?

purplehomes said...

Hey Pats! Thanks...this is just a 2 hour workshop to expose adults to handbuilding techniques..the last one i did with children was for 3 hours...they sure had fun!

Ishrath said...

Lovely works of art. Is there a way I can buy them? Do you have a catalogue/ prices listed somewhere? Do you ship cross state?
Thanks.
Ishrath

purplehomes said...

Ishrath: Thanks...I do ship them cross state. At the moment I don't have them listed anywhere. But if there is anything that you are interested in (You may see the tag potty about pots though it doesn't have the full collection)or are looking for anything specific, drop me an email.

Anuradha Varma said...

Absolutely gorgeous..will definately visit you when I am in Delhi next.Do visit my blog www.mydreamcanvas.blogspot.com. It would be great to connect with you.

purplehomes said...

Hi Anuradha! Do visit :) heading to your blog now!

Anonymous said...

Hi there! I'm wowed by your exquisite pottery designs. I'm an amateur potter and am setting up a pottery boutique in Delhi/Gurgaon. Can we collaborate? Please write to me on ruchira.bhatia@gmail.com. Thanks!

PreeOccupied said...

I never saw this post before, this is stunning work. Next time I am in Delhi, I am going to give you a shout. I have recently started pottery classes and I am thoroughly enjoying it. I come home and create things in my head and then put them on paper and wait for my next class. I am still on hand building. Your work is very inspiring.

purplehomes said...

Pree: Thanks! Yes please do..its fun to meet friends who i "meet" via blogs everyday:) Lots of luck for your classes..isn't it so much fun seeing your ideas take a shape...