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Mackerel Moments #6: Consumed By Ceramics - Jeanette Wee Talks Pots

Mackerel Moments #6: Consumed By Ceramics - Jeanette Wee Talks Pots

Update: 2019-05-12
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"Shibui recalls the beauty revealed by the passage of time. Inheriting in an aesthetic of calm – colours subdued and brightness muted – this word reminds us to appreciate the things that improve with age. There is a grace in maturity, and the experiences of life mark their objects with a pleasant richness. You might experience shibui in the colour of leaves in early winter, or an old teacup on a table…”

- Ikigai And Other Japanese Words To Live By, Mari Fujimoto


Adrienne Ceramics is a pottery brand that was established by Singapore-based potter, Jeanette Wee. In this episode of Mackerel Moments, we explore imperfection and beauty with this erudite soul who continues to wend her way towards shibui.

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Mackerel Moments #6: Consumed By Ceramics - Jeanette Wee Talks Pots

Mackerel Moments #6: Consumed By Ceramics - Jeanette Wee Talks Pots

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