Every piece is one of a kind and may vary in size.
Viviana is a Japanese/Mexican Artist from San Francisco. Their dad was a ceramicist and when he passed away he left a bunch of pottery supplies. They began taking ceramics classes as a creative outlet to work through their grief and found comfort in using their hands to turn earth. Working with clay was therapeutic and Viviana spent hours making all sorts of random forms with no intentions. Through ceramics Viviana began to connect with the body positivity movement and they created forms to celebrate the beauty and diversity in bodies. Some pots are chubby and have uneven curves. Others are made in varying earth tones with smooth or rough surfaces. Viviana is also inspired by the colors of their 90s childhood and enjoys bringing bright, playful pieces to life.