Liliane Demeester

Liliane makes beautiful ceramic forms similar in appearance to Georgia O'Keeffe’s paintings. Liliane’s ceramic forms are voluptuous, graceful and full of sensuality. She says the forms develop automatically from intuition as if guided by the clay. Liliane deliberately colors her work and creates a soft, matte texture that produces synesthesia in the viewer – it looks like it feels like skin – her work fills the viewer with the desire to touch the surface.

Ceramic Art

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Artist Statement


Mother Earth...

Fascinated by the plasticity of the clay.

Perfectly manageable one moment, resisting the next .

Always driven to turn the shape into a moving whole.

Exploring boundaries, searching for perfect emotion in the form.

A movement of its own arises from a sometimes simple pot shape.

The clay seems to find its own way

until he finds a balance and a dancing


The finish gives the work a soft feel

appearance that makes you want to

touch it .

Color is very important here.



- Art Valley Herne 2021

- Open garden days Geert Pattyn 2021

- Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam 2021

- Expo: Happiness reflected in Art Orleans France 2021

- Gallery Kunstlokaal Kerkrade Netherlands 2021

- A selection of my works were used as decor elements in the award-winning television series “Red Light” from Eyeworks film and TV drama

- Sculptures were purchased by customers abroad: Portugal, Russia, Canada, UK, Sweden,


- Jubilee exhibition "Clay in motion" 's-Hertogenbosch Netherlands


- Expo “Tribute to Nature” Wessling Germany 2019

- Expo “Art in the Castle” Sterckshof Antwerp 2019 (B)


- International Ceramic Biennial 2015 and 2017 Haacht (B)

- Ceramics Biennale Art89 Nieuwpoort 2017 (B)


- Expo Oude Kerk Vichte: “Noise” 2016 (B)

- Jubilee exhibition: “Clay in motion” Keramikos Haarlem (NL) and Keramiekcentrum Genk (B)