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In 2000, Evelien De Winter completed her Master's degree in visual arts at the Luca School of Arts Ghent with great distinction. Within her field of study, she radically chose to make small editions of utilitarian objects. Underlying the design is a theme of interpersonal relationships. Selected by Design Flanders and representing Belgium in the Talente competition in Denmark, her artistic work quickly became known. After a period of exhibiting, she focused on teaching in which she is challenged to interact with different viewpoints. Meanwhile, her personal work evolved more and more towards objects that are still utilitarian but serve an emotional purpose. The decision to create objects that offer solace in a period of loss was a logical step in this development. 


The pieces presented here are handmade starting from own designs. The local production of unique items, in small editions and at demand of the client, ensures that there is never any overproduction. 

Conscious and honest execution also invites conscious use of the object.  

A moment of quiet in our fast-paced life. 

The degree of finish and refinement livens up the objects and offers a quality that cannot be found in large production quantities. 

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Galerij Pi Kwadraat BELGIUM  2012

Selection Belgium New Talent + Group Exhitbition  “European Ceramic Context

Bornholms Kunstmuseum Gronbechs Gard DENMARK  2010

Group Exhibition“ Figure it out!?”  Galerie de Mijlpaal BELGIUM 2010

Trade Fair “Line Art” Flanders Expo Gent BELGIUM  2009

Group Exhibition “With Love from Belgium” Keramiekcentrum De Tiendschuur Tegelen THE NETHERLANDS 2009

Group Exhibition “Brussels Design RDV ” Pro Materia @ The White Hotel Brussel BELGIUM  2009

Group Exhibition “The World Cup” Galerie Frank Steyaert Gent BELGIUM  2009

Group Exhibition “Art Anatomy” Galerie Artonivo Brugge BELGIUM  2009

Group Exhibition “Kallipege” Museum Zwijgershoek Sint Niklaas BELGIUM  2009

Trade Fair “Design@sfeer” Flanders expo Gent BELGIUM  2008

Group Exhibition “With love from Belgium” Keramikmuseum Westerwald
Höhr-Grenzhausen, GERMANY  2008

Group Exhibition “Oeverture, designcircuit langs de leie” Gent BELGIUM  2008

Group Exhibition “Hedendaagse Keramiek” Cultuurcentrum De Steiger

Menen BELGIUM  2008

Group Exhibition “The new Harvest” Design Flanders Galery Brussels BELGIUM   2007

Group Exhibition “Meesterkabinetten” Vleeshuis Lier BELGIUM  2006

Group Exhibition “Klei in zicht”  Lakenhalle Ieper BELGIUM  2004


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“Pardon Servies, handmade keramiek is hot” Feeling N°10 BELGIUM/THE NETHERLANDS


“Belgisch Wit” De Morgen Magazine BELGIUM


‘Blue Diamond’ Kwintessens Design Magazine BELGIUM


European Ceramic Context publication in Catalog


“Article Pure White” Frank Huygens Kwintessens Design Magazine BELGIUM


“Design Design@sfeer” Kwintessens Design Magazine BELGIUM


“Ceramica 04, keramiekgids voor België” BELGIUM





Since 2000 Evelien has been teaching ceramics to adults in part-time art education. A form of education that is only set up in Belgium. The course lasts 7 years and primarily provides a solid technical basis, from which the students step by step develop a unique artistic language. The close collaboration over a long period of time creates a connection between teacher and student. This interaction is enriching and continues to fascinate. The narrative that each person contributes is translated into visual imagery. Guiding this development creates a sense of wonder in both teacher and student. 



Do you already have some experience and
Are you running into some ceramic technical problems? 
Are you a designer or visual artist
and would like to add ceramics as a medium to your oeuvre? 

You can contact me for professional advice and support. 

- individual coaching
- personal technical advice
- a fully equipped studio to create your ceramic work. 

Please contact me via the contact page

With 25 years of experience in ceramics and teaching 
you have come to the right place. 

- Cast porcelain and cast clay.
- Single and complex plaster moulds
- Throwing
- Glaze composition and use
- Engobe and underglaze decoration

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