Alfred Bellefroid

Sculpture bronze

Alfred Bellefroid

Sculpture bronze

The main characteristics of the bronze sculptures of Fred Bellefroid are movement, tension and spatiality. Together, these characteristics result in dynamic sculptures with a strong feeling of space. The creation of space is even accentuated by the “stretched” and slim character of the figures.

Anke Vielfont

Sculpture bronze

Anke Vielfont

Sculpture bronze

I try to give my artwork the power, the beauty and at the same time the fragility of nature will be represented. Modeling in wax allows me to give each sculpture a personality. Thanks to the noble material of bronze the character will come to life.

Annemiek Janmaat

Painting/Drawing

Annemiek Janmaat

Painting/Drawing

The layer by layer resulting canvas is often organic, sanded present. Sometimes her work is dynamic and sometimes quietly. Contradictions look both in use and in color themes. Strength and vulnerability is typically presented in her work.

Arlette Carrein

Sculpture ceramics

Arlette Carrein

Sculpture ceramics

I started a course in 1998, since then I am 'addicted' throwing pots, bowls and other ceramic forms.
I use different techniques : raku, pit-fire, stoneware etc, I make almost all the glazes myself.

Benka Klaudia

Painting

Benka Klaudia

Painting

In her works she explores the mystery of human nature and its existential loneliness, the human psyche duality, the beauty of nature and civilization threats of the modern world. Revealing it through the prism of her own feelings and experiences. She works primarily with acryl and oil.

Betrand Catteuw

Sculpture

Betrand Catteuw

Sculpture

Bertrand Catteuw creates figurative sculptures modeled in clay and cast in plaster, polyester and bronze. In his work he mainly uses universal themes depicted in a realistic way. In 2015 he won the Prize laureate Piet Staut for small sculpture. He is an admirer of the Mexican sculptor Javier Marin.

Bruno Plaghki

Sculpture metal

Bruno Plaghki

Sculpture metal

Christel Van Hemelrijck

Painting

Christel Van Hemelrijck

Painting

My abstract paintings are inspired by places that have great significance to me but also by people who have crossed my path. And sometimes I just find inspiration in everyday life.To capture an emotion I use colour and texture. My life has been a roller coaster ride, so I use a wide range of colors to express myself. 

Christian Cadelli

Sculpture

Christian Cadelli

Sculpture

His knowledge of the basic techniques of gips was learned naturally in is father's workshop. In order to work on modeling and sculpture, he became interested in various materials and their associations, as well, with applied finishes.

Christien De Paepe

Painting

Christien De Paepe

Painting

I look at people as a mirror, a thought, a movement, an emotion. I paint stories never told but tangible, the secrets, the moods, just a little step further.

Christine Morren

Painting

Christine Morren

Painting

Christines world is teeming with creatures. As her works vary in intensity, emotion and dimensions, so do the theme and subjects. In a wide – or wild? – range, from tiny portrets to families or captured mythicalesque moment, the paintings speak in a curiously absorbing world view, yet unique coherence.

Christoph Van Daele

Painting

Christoph Van Daele

Painting

Christoph Van Daele is known for his vibrant use of color and large scale pieces often capturing stirring emotions in a three dimensional effect. He use a technique that is unique in the world. It's a technique that he have invented by experimenting for years. My colorful abstract pieces are constructed by "happy accident".

DA AD

Sculpture Mixed Media

DA AD

Sculpture Mixed Media

Without any artistic training DA AD developed painting and sculpture talents. His style was described by Russian critics as "Primitive-Pop-Art". The Russian authorities censured his erotic works more than once, in spite of his membership of the Russian Painters Collective.

Desfigura

Painting

Desfigura

Painting

She seeks to create new objects, new products from (recycling of) all kind of materials, instilling them with new meanings and values, by giving them a cosmopolitan nature. Her passion is what drives her to come up with exciting new and unique products time after time... with the imagination as our only limit.

Dominique Prins

Sculpture bronze

Dominique Prins

Sculpture bronze

The theme of my work is ‘the woman’, an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Working without model or photo, I combine opposites like simplicity and exaggeration, delicacy and robustness, resulting in elegant positions in frozen movement. Natural forms with a touch of humor.

Eddy Van Meulebroeck

Sculpture ceramics

Eddy Van Meulebroeck

Sculpture ceramics

Eléa Hohweiller

Painting

Eléa Hohweiller

Painting

Her works are a balance between instinct and sophistication. They're also what’s left of her spirit when it’s not tortured by her daily demons by ceasing in the present what she couldn’t reach in her past and bringing up to light what she fights for and what she believes in.

Els Wenselaers

Sculpture ceramics

Els Wenselaers

Sculpture ceramics

Best known for her figurative work, especially the "Human Hybrids" series. She works with stoneware clay covered with sludge, stains and oxides and here and there a little frosting. Her work has a humorous undertone and reflects critical impact of society events or experiences.

Elya Yalonetski

Sculpture ceramics

Elya Yalonetski

Sculpture ceramics

Elya has a great imagination and fantasy. She enjoys working with white clay and the ceramics are finished very colorful.

Eric Baeyens

Sculpture mixed media

Eric Baeyens

Sculpture mixed media

A wonderful artist without any bounderies always searching the balance of different materials. Creatures with inventive simplicity, characterize him in a unique way.

Erik Legrand

Sculpture ceramics

Erik Legrand

Sculpture ceramics

In the studio, Erik creates sculptures in terracotta and ceramics. You can also sees its versatility with sculptures in iron, zinc and copper.

Erwin Peeters

Sculpture bronze

Erwin Peeters

Sculpture bronze

As a zookeeper working in the Antwerp Zoo, he was fascinated by the beauty and behavior of the fauna. 20 years later he is still passionate about the sculptor work and his name has occupied an important place in the world of animal sculptors. Especially the 'soul' in the bronze animals are characteristic of his work.

Evelyn Hamilton

Painting

Evelyn Hamilton

Painting

Evelyn's work is thick with emotion and soul, and she has been very successful in subduing viewers with images that draw one in and leaves you immersed in a labyrinth of gnawing questions - Who are those people? Are they in love? Is she lonely? Is it a quarrel?

Fman

Painting

Fman

Painting

Frank Vanhooren

Sculpture ceramics

Frank Vanhooren

Sculpture ceramics

Frank creates more or less the same antropomorf figures with different emotional facial expressions. Te viewer is confronted with the figures, who are mostly displayed in frontal view, with almost closed eyelids. They seem stoic end frozen, captured in a moment that will never release them.

Gaëtano Grisafi

Painting

Gaëtano Grisafi

Painting

Genoveva Eyckmans

Sculpture ceramics

Genoveva Eyckmans

Sculpture ceramics

Her mask-like warrior figures don't only portray the feeling of strength but also wisdom. They have the air of being part of an old forgotten civilization.

Ghislaine van Tongeren

Sculpture ceramics

Ghislaine van Tongeren

Sculpture ceramics

My first experience with ceramics was painting the tiles of the famous Blue-Delft-Tiles. Later I bought my own ceramic-oven and started to make my own ceramic figures. I want to put my work in a humorous way and my varied work often entertains and makes people excited.

Ginette Claeys

Painting

Ginette Claeys

Painting

Goedele De Mey

Painting

Goedele De Mey

Painting

In my visual work I search for silence, a wordless moment when you feel that everything stops, and everything goes on again. My work can be read and interpreted in different ways. Because of this, there is room for the story of the spectator. In that sense, my work are rather suggesting than narrative.

Greet Ketelaers

Sculpture ceramics/bronze

Greet Ketelaers

Sculpture ceramics/bronze

Her sculptures have a recognizable human emanation. The focus is on enlarged limbs. The poses and restrained colour are supported by the morphologic language of hands and feet.
Her clay sculptures are unique. Now and then she has a sculpture cast in bronze.

Helena Olewicz

Painting

Helena Olewicz

Painting

Honza Hlobil

Painting

Honza Hlobil

Painting

Honza expresses his ‘stream of thoughts’ thanks to ‘action painting’, ‘dripping’ or other more lyrical poetic ‘doodles’, which are crossover between the rawness of expressionism, the poetry of Miro and the force of Chines Calligraphy.

Inge Van Wesenbeeck

Painting

Inge Van Wesenbeeck

Painting

Allow me to take you on a spiritual journey. Own it, explore it, trust your own intuition. In search for meaning, for purpose and direction. Follow a path in the light of a larger context. Embrace color. Embrace life. Create yourself.

Jan Bollaert

Painting

Jan Bollaert

Painting

My intent is to bring back the emotions in art, even the most simple and sentimental ones. I don’t shy away from incorporating kitschy elements in order to make a point - love the idea of “camp” even if it’s “tongue in cheek” occasionally. I want to bring about emotions but not in an abstract way.

Jean-Marie Boomputte

Painting

Jean-Marie Boomputte

Painting

Jef De Cock

Sculptures Metal

Jef De Cock

Sculptures Metal

Jenny Verplanke

Painting/Sculpture

Jenny Verplanke

Painting/Sculpture

Although Jenny continues in her own characteristic style, there is a continuing evolution. The sparsity of hues pauses along the way to allow the entrance of more colour. The surprising use of figures peers from around the corner. Human figures, tables and chairs, all display the ever-present influence of African objects and stories.

Johan Van Halst

Painting

Johan Van Halst

Painting

Kaatje Grauls

Sculpture ceramics

Kaatje Grauls

Sculpture ceramics

Recognizable, yet surprisingly, that's the work of Kaatje. Inspiration comes from everyday impressions. One is enough to drag you into a world, full of cheerful and unusual creatures. Each piece is an idea that gently bubbling out of the ordinary, but soon flows into the conversation between the clay and original ideas.

Kieta Nuij

Sculpture bronze

Kieta Nuij

Sculpture bronze

Kieta Nuij makes sculptures in bronze. The starting point is always the man in all his experiences. The inner image is made visible and tangible. Grace and beauty, serene movement, but also stress, struggle, the rough edges of the experience. Her sculptures are a reflection of the soul.

Kobi Beck

Sculpture porcelain

Kobi Beck

Sculpture porcelain

Koen Demuynck

Photography/digital art

Koen Demuynck

Photography/digital art

In his undoubtedly laborious photomontages he takes us into his bizarre but also full of humor-fantasy world. "His attention to details is what makes his photographs stand out" wrote the American Rapper and superstar Kanye West in his blog about the artwork.

Lena Lafleur

Painting

Lena Lafleur

Painting

Leny Franken

Sculpture bronze

Leny Franken

Sculpture bronze

Leny Franken looks back with pleasure on the long way she has already gone in the world where the creation of form, the search for color and organizing the white, play an important role.

Leo Klein

Sculpture bronze

Leo Klein

Sculpture bronze

Lut Brackx

Sculpture ceramics

Lut Brackx

Sculpture ceramics

Lut Brackx make figurative ceramics.

Magda Van Holsbeeck

Sculpture ceramics

Magda Van Holsbeeck

Sculpture ceramics

She describes her work as follows: "Soft, pliable clay is in the potter's kiln hard, permanent and non-deformable material. It does not rust, does not it decays. Is destined for eternity, but equally fragile and brittle."

Manuela Van de Perre

Mixed Media

Manuela Van de Perre

Mixed Media

Marianne Y. Naerebout

Painting/Sculpture

Marianne Y. Naerebout

Painting/Sculpture

Step into the fantasy of colors. You will be able to see and read about the life and the art of Marianne. In fact, a life shaped by art. It gives an enormous amount of pleasure if you like to get acquainted with the work.There is plenty to enjoy and dream...

Marieke Brouwers

Painting

Marieke Brouwers

Painting

Welcome to Marieke’s colourful world! Inspired by nature, she portraits animals in a playful way with variety between abstract and figuratively. A painting is never finished without thick lines for a 3D effect.

Marijke in den Bosch

Sculpture ceramics

Marijke in den Bosch

Sculpture ceramics

Her main inspiration for her artwork is 'the man'. The terms "primal" and "pure" are applicable to her work. Through the years Marijke has developed a very own style. Her images are been identified as an image of her being.

Marleen Vansteenvoort

Sculpture ceramics

Marleen Vansteenvoort

Sculpture ceramics

Marleen Vansteenvoort make her artworks in different materials and combines ceramic, bronze, metal, wood and stone. She's always looking and searching for new originals shapes and unique designs.

Marlon Bösherz

Painting

Marlon Bösherz

Painting

Marion Bösherz is a young artist living in Germany, working hard to find the easy strength inside the worlds subjects. He is using painting, drawing, poetry, his voice and a lot of other ways to show and to offer his ideas.

Michiel Mels

Painting

Michiel Mels

Painting

Michiel Mels works as a visual artist, writer and photographer. The main themes of his work are time traveling, art history, visionary architecture and street art.

Mie Ghesquiere

Sculpture ceramics

Mie Ghesquiere

Sculpture ceramics

Mie Ghesquiere, largely self-taught, understands the language of its material through and through. The essence of stoneware can be found in its accumulated organic dark shapes, the essence of porcelein translates into lightweight, translucent work.

Mieke Drossaert

Painting

Mieke Drossaert

Painting

Voluminous characters, stripped of their individuality and looking outside the box, away from the spectator. Happy paintings with warm, greedy characters that enjoy good life, just like the artist. Her figures do not have the perfect body. In the eyes of the public they're the happy people, happy dreamers.

Natasja Van der Meer

Sculpture mixed media

Natasja Van der Meer

Sculpture mixed media

Natasja likez to use different kinds of material, to express her vision on modern life. In her work, Van der Meer regularly incorporates existing objects to create iconic images, often with a sense of humor.

Nel Rood

Sculpture ceramics

Nel Rood

Sculpture ceramics

Every person is unique and therefore her sculptures too. An expression on the face can say anything, this also applies to an attitude. Even horses and knights inspired her because they can be decorated with various trinkets and reliefs in it. The sculptures are finished when they smile to yourself.

Nele Schildermans

Sculpture ceramics

Nele Schildermans

Sculpture ceramics

Her work will be both playful and charming. All the works of ceramic artist Nele Schildermans are characterized by a style in which the pure texture and color of the clay visible. Emphases with the soft colors of oxides.

Pascal Lemoine

Sculpture glass

Pascal Lemoine

Sculpture glass

Opaque, translucent, fragile, strong, round, protruding, cold and inert remembers a fusion of movement, a dualism. His objects are mix of materials, captured in a world of glass...

Patricia Galloway

Painting

Patricia Galloway

Painting

Her style is experimental to play with the effect of paint and ink always trying to have an accidental discovery. Mostly the final works are abstract but recently minimal landscapes and Chinese ink works.

Paul De Ryck

Painting

Paul De Ryck

Painting

Even at a first approach of his work, you realize: ‘This is magic’. It takes you along on a travel throughout time and space, where the distinctions between matter and emotion no longer exist. Whoever is captivated by the essence of things and not satisfied by the answers given by the traditional systems of science or religion.

Peggy De Meue

Photography/digital art/mixed media

Peggy De Meue

Photography/digital art/mixed media

Peggy's father inaugurated her into photography and image manipulation. She tells different stories and censures none: her own contribution to this magical world. It so happens that the world isn't perfect, it's just those imperfections -differences- that makes life interesting. That's also the mix you can find in her art.

Peter Hosteaux

Painting

Peter Hosteaux

Painting

Catches the deep melancholic feelings in his portraits and uses unusual colorshemes.

Philip Bosmans

Painting

Philip Bosmans

Painting

He is a graphic designer and an autodidact. He learned to paint and has long been active as a street-art/graffiti artist. These roots can be found in his pop-surrealist work with imaginative characters and backgrounds.

Qing Chun

Painting

Qing Chun

Painting

He works with a large palette knife. He think it's great that 's right and not flexible like a brush. Exercise is what he loves. In his work he seeks a balance between Western technology and Chinese subjects.

Sjaak Smetsers

Sculpture glass/bronze

Sjaak Smetsers

Sculpture glass/bronze

Like a playful alchemist Sjaak Smetsers thinks up original combinations for each new sculpture. If time permits he casts bronze himself; also tools copper, steel or (silver) tin, melts or fuses various kinds of glass, ingeniously applies gold leaf, silver leaf and metal foil and also manufactures ceramics that can be functionally incorporated.

Teabeard

Painting

Teabeard

Painting

Dunker of biscuits. Artist. Illustrator. Cartoonist. Maker of videos. Worshipper at The Temple of Tea. Lord of The Tea Realm. Lover of tea. He likes painting with tea and also uses watercolours, acrylics and Photoshop.

Thomas Weber

Painting/Digital Art

Thomas Weber

Painting/Digital Art

Has a background in making puppets and masks for theatre. He mixes his photography with painting and sketching to created creatures between heaven and hell.

Tine Lievens

Painting

Tine Lievens

Painting

In her work she resumes the theme of the human figure; she paints people who are no longer people – impatient and agressive – using warm expressive colours. The colours are essential in her work; they make her impatience explode on the canvas. Her work keeps attracting one’s eye over and over again.

Wim Adriaenssens

Painting

Wim Adriaenssens

Painting

As a painter, Wim is a figurative painter, but knows how to use his materials in an almost abstract way, by looking. Wim’s material research brought him in touch with Venetian Terpentine, an almost forgotten product to use with oil paint which he re-values in his work in a complete new way: not only as a medium, but as an independent ingredient.