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Thursday, October 26, 2006

Kuldeep Malhi

The installation above is titled Blush and the inspiration comes from life and the pursuit of happiness, joy and pleasure. I think it looks just wonderful!

Kuldeep Malhi works with ceramics in a textile or painterly way. The wallpieces are like woven tapestries in their tactile qualities and shades of colour. Above and below is Braided Blue, made to commission.

Malhi is a graduate from Royal College of Art and a member of Contemporary Applied Arts, where his ceramics is part of an exhibition of new members work that is showing until 23rd December this year.

Read more about Kuldeep Malhi's work on New Designers.


Blogger Abigail A. Percy said...

Those are quite beautiful...especially when arranged in groups with the tonal colour. Kind of reminds me of a 3D version of Bridget Riley's dot work.....would be very cool as public art I think.....or in a big loft space perhaps!

8:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh I think the first picture looks like ticks... Or some sort of skin disease!!! Absolutely mortifying.

9:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh these are just lovely. i really just want to be able to touch these, they look so shiny. gorgeous work.

9:56 AM  

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