Pottery vessels were an invention of ancient tribes as Clay has been abundant in many areas, and it is easy to work with. As time wore on, ancient men discovered how to decorate their pots and add glazes. What started as a way to fill idle time and enjoy creating has become a big décor market today!
Let’s shine a spotlight on one of the members of the Cerafest Potter’s Association and core organizer team of Bandra Potter’s Market, Mumbai – Sejal Sethi, who is also a proud owner of The Clay Studio @artesania.theclaystudio. With over 12 years of industry experience, she has done some commendable work by spinning the mass of clay on the pottery wheel! Making use of Stoneware and Terracotta pottery clay, most of her work comes under the category of utilitarian and functional pottery. Experimenting with glazes and clay bodies, her products are light-weight and very easy to use.
Most Exclusive Project
Pierced pottery is a unique and interesting concept. The entire project gives her immense joy and a sense of accomplishment as cutwork in pottery takes a lot of patience, finesse, and a crazy amount of practice!! But when the piece is ready, it’s all worth it.
Her key to Success
Always on Quest of creating something new, she truly believes in tons of hard work, lots of passion and endless mugs of coffee!!