Where dreams take shape

Where dreams take shape 

Meet Diana, an artist based out of Abu Dhabi who embodies the Buna spirit of slow and mindful living with her beautifully curated pottery studio. Her love for nature and finding beauty in the most simple things translates into the ceramics she creates.

Diana shares a glimpse of her day in her magical space, dressed in our Kiwi Wrap Dress 

1. Please introduce yourselves to our readers. Tell us a little bit about you and your work.

Diana: Hello, dear readers!  My name is Diana. I am an artist and the proud founder of Loonscape, a ceramic brand that draws inspiration from the beauty of nature.


2. What inspires you to create your ceramics? How did you make your pottery space feel like an extension of you?

Diana: As a passionate ceramic artist, I create unique pieces that blend the simplicity of natural forms with dreamy colors. Each creation is carefully handcrafted with love and attention to detail, ensuring that every piece is a true work of art

Nature serves as an endless source of inspiration for me. From the delicate petals of a flower to the gentle ripples of a calm lake, I find beauty in the simplest of forms. By translating these natural wonders into ceramic creations, I aim to capture the essence of their magic and share it with the world.

3. What do you feel is the Buna aesthetic and how do you resonate with it?

Diana: Buna aesthetics centers around dreamy dresses handcrafted with natural fabrics, unique designs, and natural colors, creating captivating styles. This aesthetic aims to evoke a sense of beauty, freedom, and connection with nature. 


4. Do you think you resonate with the Buna ideology of slow living? What would it mean to you?

Diana: Personally, I feel a deep resonance with Buna's aesthetic. The delicate and intricate craftsmanship that goes into creating each dress aligns with my own artistic values of attention to detail and a commitment to creating something truly special. 

I find resonance with Buna's ideology of slow living in its own unique and beautiful way. For me as an artist, embracing the concept of slow living means valuing the process, craftsmanship, and intention behind each creation. It means taking the time to appreciate the beauty of handmade artistry and the connection it fosters with nature and our surroundings.

5. What do you like about the Buna garments you are wearing? 

Diana: I absolutely love the Kiwi Wrap Dress I am wearing for several reasons. Firstly, I can feel the energy and intention behind each piece, knowing that they were made with love and care. The fabric used is incredibly thin and light, providing a sense of freedom and comfort as I wear them. Additionally, the artistic design of the garments makes me feel inspired, as if I am wearing a true masterpiece.

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