During the COVID-19 pandemic, Rawan felt down. But she didn't let that get the best of her. Instead, she turned to her love of art and began taking a private pottery course to improve her skills. Her teacher saw her potential and suggested she create an Instagram account to showcase her work. With her teacher's support, Rawan participated in several bazaars, gaining invaluable experience and exposure for her budding pottery business.
Rawan is constantly learning and trying new techniques to enhance her pottery-making skills. She appreciates the beauty of irregular shapes and believes that perfection doesn't always mean straight lines. She says:" I see beauty in everything. It doesn't necessarily have to be perfect with straight lines''. She likes experimenting with different colors and designs, using molds to create highly sought-after plates and cups.
Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Rawan remained committed to her passion for pottery, which let her business succeed in the end.