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Bela Silva

 

 

 

Although born and raised in Lisbon, we may well attribute the predicate 'world citizen' to the Portuguese artist Bela Silva. She studied in Portugal, the UK and the US and she explored all possible arts disciplines. Her work has shared the spotlight in exhibitions with that of Andy Warhol, and her tile art is popular from Brazil to Spain, across China and back to Portugal. Nowadays she commutes between Brussels and Lisbon, mainly focussing on her first love, ceramics.

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Every bowl, dish or jug of Bela Silva’s Carnet de voyages collection for Serax resounds with an unmistakable echo from the past. This is uttered by both the colours of the glazed clay and the robust design. The style is 'worldly', a limitless fusion of Bela's many travels around the world. Carnet de voyages by Bela Silva for Serax, bold and quirky in an eclectic, geographic mix that blurs even the boundaries of time.

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Roos Van de Velde

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Like all her other creations, Roos Van de Velde’s ultra-light Flora Vulgaris collection for Serax has that unmissable link with Nature. The name alludes to the rather 'wild' and intuitive way in which the cutlery was given shape. Forks like branched twigs, spoons featuring endless leaf shapes and knives looking like shells ... The colours, the material, the design, and the interplay of lines are a natural addition to the Perfect Imperfection collection.

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