Wabi Sabi Feeling: Reflections on Simplicity and Imperfect Beauty

Wabi Sabi is a special feeling and also a Japanese philosophical aesthetic criterion.
It is the Zen of things. It is a sensation, but also a philosophical aesthetic criterion that is difficult to describe in words. It connects to the fall season, but not only. It is simplicity and warmth, it is made from warm textures and surfaces, it is a bit of nostalgia and melancholy. It is a feeling combined with the beauty that flows. Wabi Sabi is asymmetry and imperfection in perfect harmony. Time adds more beauty to a Wabi Sabi work. The pottery created in this way has this elusive quality inside. The space around these artworks sound of their vibes.



Hi, I’m Manuela, urban potter and Italian artist who’s passionate about exploring the expressive potential of clay. With a love for Wabi Sabi aesthetics and the beauty of imperfection, I create bespoke ceramics, paintings, and fine art photography. My studio, nestled in the charming city of Milan, is a magical box where creativity runs wild and beauty is abundant. Whether you’re looking to bring a touch of magic into your everyday life, or simply to explore your creative side through art therapy I’m here to inspire and encourage you on your journey. I bring art into the world and celebrate the beauty in every moment. This blog is my Artistic Salad, filled with creativity, beauty, joie de vivre, passion and tools for creative minds.

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