Wednesday, September 7

Anjali Venkat's "Kabadiwali" travels to Bangalore







I am not yet back to full-fledged blogging,but wanted to do this post as soon as possible, hence the appearance.

Art made from Recycled materials has always fascinated me. I did a post on one of Anjali's pieces almost a year back( you can read the post here,if you haven't read it before). Anjali Venkat is a glass artist and works out of her studio in Chennai.She is exhibiting her up-cycled works of Art in Bangalore later this month and has collaborated with Shetal Parrek,an artist for this collection.

Where is the Exhibition happening..(The formal invite's resolution is not ok,hence not posting it)

Chitra Kala Parishath, Gallery no 4
Bangalore

On the 24th, 25th and 26th of Sept 2011
10.30 am to 7.30 pm

For any more information , you can contact Anjali at 044 45511170 or 9840076492 and email her on Anjalidesign@hotmail.com


Over to her now..
In keeping with my quest to reuse and recycle I have come up with the ‘Kabadiwali’ range of functional art. For this range I have upcycled the humble glass bottle. Used and discarded glass bottles, of all types, form and colour have been collected and sorted.

Another aspect of my work is working with reclaimed wood and old magazine and calendar papers. For this, leftover pieces of wood are made into trays, table tops etc. Then,I use humble materials like magazine and calendar papers to form collages on the wood. Details are added with mirror and fused glass elements. These quirky pieces of functional art are in the form of trays, table tops, tissue boxes, platters, planters, bookends etc.Each piece has been hand-crafted and is therefore unique in its design and execution.
Here's a sneak peek into the collection.. Go ahead, drool !:-)
Aren't these Bottle Diyas fabulous?



Planter..

Another cute Planter..



Soap Dish..


A dish Made from Corona Bottles!

Wind Chime ..



Want to see more of her work ?.Hop over to www.anjalidesign.com. Do visit her exhibition if you are in Bangalore.