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Above - a ceramic bowl by Japneet Kaur. Below: details from some of her paintings.


Breathing Life Into Clay:
The Magical Ceramics of Japneet Kaur





Already known for her ethereal paintings, Japneet Kaur has now turned to the world of clay, bringing to life a new and magical world of ceramics.

This weekend, her work is being exhibited at the Queen West Art Crawl in Toronto, Canada, on Saturday, September 13 and Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Here’s how Japneet describes her ceramic creations:
I admire the softness and tenacity of wet clay, it's ability to stretch, mold and adapt. I love that one can use pottery as a canvas to tell tales.

Fired pottery reminds me of delicate hearts that also have in them the ability to contain endless joys and songs.

My vessels are human in their imperfection. Many of them are wobbly, a few are lop-sided and all have a story to tell: a journey, an adventure, a memory to share.

They like to be cocooned in caring hands, contain in them the food that sustains us and they enjoy sitting around the table and basking in conversations.


Trinity Bellwoods Park -- which is in the west end of Toronto, Canada, bordered by Queen Street West on the south and Dundas Street on the north.

Address: 155 Crawford St, Toronto, ON M6J2Z0




The Queen eastbound and westbound streetcars both stop at Trinity Bellwoods Park.

From the Bloor-Danforth subway: Take the subway to Bathurst Station and take the 511 southbound Bathurst Streetcar to Queen Street. Transfer to the westbound Queen streetcar and get off at Trinity Bellwoods Park.

Parkdale:   The Queen eastbound and westbound streetcars make frequent stops in Parkdale between Dufferin & Roncesvalles.

From the Bloor-Danforth subway line: stop at either Dufferin, Lansdowne or Dundas West stations and take southbound transit (bus or streetcar) to Queen Street.


Saturday, September 13 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday, September 14  11:00 am - 6:00 pm

For more info on the exhibit, please CLICK here.

For more on Japneet’s work, please CLICK here.

[Courtesy: Queen West Art Crawl. Edited for]
September 11, 2014

Conversation about this article

1: Harinder Singh (Punjab), September 11, 2014, 9:26 AM.

My salute and admiration for your skills, Madam.

2: Inni Kaur (Fairfield, Connecticut, USA), September 11, 2014, 12:31 PM.

Ethereal indeed!

3: Karamjit Kaur Virk (USA), September 12, 2014, 12:53 AM.

There is art in every pore of Japneet Kaur, from her beautiful smile to the twinkle in her eye. One need only be in her presence. Her artwork, mashallah, the more you gaze at it the more it unfolds and reveals her. spirit.

4: Navi (Pennsylvania, USA), September 13, 2014, 12:53 AM.

Congratulations, Japneet! Beautiful work. Your art work is a journey in itself ... to be one with the clay, the paint, firing and glaze ... in order to tell us your stories! Beautifully executed. Keep it up.

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