Studio Ceramic by Kevala
Handcrafted Ceramics Are a New Kind of Bali Souvenir
A photo, a scarf, a handmade piece of jewellery—these are all decent ways to remember Bali by. But a stoneware ceramic crafted from the hands of a skilled artisan? Yeah, Studio Ceramic by Kevala is as local as it gets, especially when you get the chance to make your own piece of ceramics.
Learn the Kevala Way at Studio Ceramics
Kevala’s Studio Ceramics in Sanur allows people of any skillset craft pottery they can be proud of. A handful of workshops teach travelers and locals alike how to throw on the wheel, decorate pre-made stoneware and even paint a ceramic piece from start to finish. At the end of the day, you’ll have learned something new, ultimately accentuating your Balinese travels.
The Bali region is no stranger to craftsmanship, but Kevala takes it up a notch. With more than 100 artisans working to create novel and incomparable ceramic pieces, it’s clear they do things differently.
Kevala provides ceramic plating to local companies like Andaz, Locavore, Sarong, Ku De Ta and even The Ritz-Carlton. They’re not shy about collaborating with inventive artists like Dimity Kidston and Gilly Beal to create usable art.
The company’s creations are made entirely by hand; that includes making the clay, throwing the pieces, painting the surface and much more. This means that each one is unique, whether it be a part of the Pasih Range, Berawa Range or another distinct collection.
With stores in Ubud, Sanur and Batubelig as well as products available throughout Legian, Seminyak and Canggu, one thing is clear. Kevala ceramics are an integral part of Balinese culture, just as they have been for the past 25 years.
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