21 x 18 “Acrylic & airbrush with resin on canvas
Vinnet Kacker

Vineet’s work is informed by his training as an architect, and inspired by the landscape, art, and iconography of the Himalayas.

After being introduced to clay at the Andretta Pottery in Himachal, he honed his skills at the Golden Bridge Pottery in Pondicherry, studying with Ray Meeker and Deborah Smith.

Vineet has done artist-in-residence programs at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado, and the Northern Clay Center, Minnesota, U.S.A., as well as a post-experience program at the University of Wales Institute, U.K.

He is the recipient of the Charles Wallace Fellowship and the Fulbright grant. His work is a part of several collections — the Museum of Contemporary Ceramics at Icheon, Korea; the Indian Ceramics Museum at Fuping, China, and the archival collection at Aberystwyth, UK, where he was invited as one of the international demonstrators in 2015. He has recently been elected member of the International Academy of Ceramics.

Ceramic Specrtum – Soundless Sound I
Ceramic Specrtum – Soundless Sound II
Ceramic Specrtum – Shorten «Sushumna»
21 January 2016 - 21 February 2016
The artists in the Ceramic Spectrum 2016 have varied approaches to clay — the basic material of all ceramic production. While some develop the vessel form, others explore new ideas. The inspiration, content and the context within which they locate themselves are wide-rang-ing, reflecting their individual aesthetic concerns.