Please note: This Exhibition has finished

The Blue in Pots

Jaejun Lee

Thursday 2nd May - Saturday 25th May 2024

Jaejun Lee is a Korean ceramicist who has been living and working in Cardiff since 2018. His porcelain works are a balance of functionality and beauty: meticulous, exquisite, meditations on form and process. His work is centred around the ideas of functionality and beauty, with the aim of enriching and enhancing the user’s everyday life. He finds peace in simplicity of line and the subtlety of glaze, but his making process is a labour of love – he spends more time polishing his work than the time spent turning, trimming or firing put together.

Jaejun Lee
Cylinder with Drips Pale Celadon JL529Y75
£1,400.00 £1,262.40 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y75

Jaejun Lee
Speckled Moon Jar JL529Y45
£3,200.00 £2,885.48 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y45

Jaejun Lee
Nesting bowl Set (6pcs) Pale Celadon JL529Y94
£1,150.00 £1,036.97 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y94

Jaejun Lee
Nesting bowl Set (10pcs) Pale Celadon JL529Y93
£1,600.00 £1,442.74 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y93

Jaejun Lee
Nesting bowl Set (10pcs) Pale Celadon JL529Y92
£1,600.00 £1,442.74 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y92

Jaejun Lee
Moon Jar JL529Y43
£3,800.00 £3,426.51 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y43

Jaejun Lee
Nesting bowl Set (4pcs) Celadon JL529Y96
£1,150.00 £1,036.97 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y96

Jaejun Lee
Cylinder with Drips Celadon JL529Y76
£1,100.00 £991.88 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y76

Jaejun Lee
Cylinder with Drips Celadon JL529Y74
£1,700.00 £1,532.91 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y74

Jaejun Lee
Moon Jar JL529Y36
£1,350.00 £1,217.31 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y36

Jaejun Lee
‘Bud’ Vessel Matt Glaze JL529Y78
£1,700.00 £1,532.91 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y78

Jaejun Lee
‘Pebble’ Vessel Speckled Celadon JL529Y83
£1,500.00 £1,352.57 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y83

Jaejun Lee
‘Bud’ Vessel Celadon JL529Y77
£1,950.00 £1,758.34 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y77

Jaejun Lee
Wide Bowl Celadon JL529Y106
£700.00 £631.20 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y106

Jaejun Lee
Leaning Bowl with Glaze Feet Celadon JL529Y103
£540.00 £486.93 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y103

Jaejun Lee
Leaning Bowl with Glaze Feet Celadon JL529Y102
£450.00 £405.77 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y102

Jaejun Lee
Moon Jar JL529Y37
£1,380.00 £1,244.36 outside the UK

PRODUCT CODE:JL529Y37

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