IT'S ALL ABOUT THE CLAY
Springtide|September - October 2021
Vivitsa Kohli from Vivikoh Artisinal Ceramic on art, clay and everything that thrives it.
Afreen Kabir.

What was your very first successful ceramic piece?

Crumpled Paper trays & Cat Sculpture Bowls (Hand-painted).

What prompted you to start Vivikoh Studio?

My inability to work/think the way the rest of the industry seemed to.

Most challenging aspect of your work?

The fact that I do everything on my own. From R&D, Production, labour work to final packaging.

The best thing about selling a piece to someone?

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