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Pia Van Peteghem’s work is soft and graphic, dreamlike with a dose of french humour. As far as she remembers she’s always been surrounded by ceramics, first learning by her grandma, then at school. She’s now made it a living in her own beautiful atelier near Paris.

Everything inspires her: a landscape, a music, meeting someone or noticing something singular in the streets of Paris, or thinking new ways of using objects. The material guides her too. Porcelain and sandstone have their own constraints and impose their limits which become sources of inspiration for her. Little by little, through a conversation with the raw material, the object builds itself.

Pia Van Peteghem

Pia Van Peteghem

Pia Van Peteghem's work is soft and graphic, dreamlike with a dose of french humour. As far as she remembers she's always been surrounded by ceramics, first learning by her grandma, then at school. She's now made it a living in her own beautiful atelier near Paris. Everything inspires her: a landscape, a music, meeting someone or noticing something singular in the streets of Paris, or thinking new ways of using objects. The material guides her too. Porcelain and sandstone have their own constraints and impose their limits which become sources of inspiration for her. Little by little, through a conversation with the raw material, the object builds itself.