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Ashwini Bhat

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Ashwini Bhat studied ceramics with Ray Meeker at Golden Bridge Pottery, Pondicherry. She has a M.A degree in literature and studied classical dance for nearly thirteen years before working as a professional dancer in ...

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Ashwini Bhat studied ceramics with Ray Meeker at Golden Bridge Pottery, Pondicherry. She has a M.A degree in literature and studied classical dance for nearly thirteen years before working as a professional dancer in the Padmini Chettur Dance Company for four years. Her work has been featured internationally in many galleries and
exhibitions including, most recently, in American Jazz Museum (Kansas City,MO); NCECA (Kansas City, MO, 2016; Providence, RI, 2015 and Houston, USA, 2013); Newport Art Museum (Newport, RI, USA 2015); Indian Museum at FLICAM (Fuping, China 2013); the Sculpture Garden at Grand Hyatt (Chennai, India, 2011); India Art Summit (New Delhi, India, 2011); and Woodfire Tasmania (Australia, 2011). She won the Howard Foundation Fellowship for Sculpture (2013-14). In 2012 Bhat built her studio and woodfiring kiln near Auroville, Pondicherry, India and continues to make sculptural ceramic works there and
in the US where she currently lives.

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    Ashwini Bhat studied ceramics with Ray Meeker at Golden Bridge Pottery, Pondicherry. She has a M.A degree in literature and studied classical dance for nearly thirteen years before working as a professional dancer in the Padmini Chettur Dance Company for four years. Her work has been featured internationally in many galleries and
    exhibitions including, most recently, in American Jazz Museum (Kansas City,MO); NCECA (Kansas City, MO, 2016; Providence, RI, 2015 and Houston, USA, 2013); Newport Art Museum (Newport, RI, USA 2015); Indian Museum at FLICAM (Fuping, China 2013); the Sculpture Garden at Grand Hyatt (Chennai, India, 2011); India Art Summit (New Delhi, India, 2011); and Woodfire Tasmania (Australia, 2011). She won the Howard Foundation Fellowship for Sculpture (2013-14). In 2012 Bhat built her studio and woodfiring kiln near Auroville, Pondicherry, India and continues to make sculptural ceramic works there and
    in the US where she currently lives.

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