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Creators and know-how in Wallonia

With the Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia, soak up the authenticity of regional know-how! Come and admire the talent of passionate creators and craftsmen who will tell you their story!

Hennuyer silt plateau 

Montignies-sur-Roc is the village of potters and ceramists. Go and meet these artisans, like J-J Mathieu, who, in his Atelier du Plat Caillou, offers productions in raku or enamelled stoneware, or Renée Gauquie and Lucien Vandaele, who, at 93 and 88 years of age, embody a part of the history of the locality with their pottery workshop housed in part of their house.

Montignies-sur-Roc

Montignies-sur-Roc © Atelier du Plat Caillou

Condroz

In the Namur region, don’t miss the ArtPero gallery in Crupet, which offers art lovers paintings, sculptures and jewellery by various artists through exhibitions, workshops and meetings, etc.

galerie d'Art Crupet Artpéro

Crupet © Artpéro

Pays de Herve

The village of Soiron hasn’t been overlooked, as you can discover Pili Garcia, a virtuoso in the art of hat making, “Ti Monde en Papier”, a small world of animals and unique coloured accessories made from paper maché, or the creations of the cabinetmaker Lejeune.

Créateur Pili Garcia Soiron

Pili Garcia à Soiron © dearlaurence

 

Fagne-Famenne

Are you interested in a ceramic workshop or a local Arts and Crafts shop? Isabelle Damsaint is a visual artist and ceramist who develops her projects and creativity in the village of My. Her work is mainly inspired by experience, encounters and the connection to the “living”. Colour, material, form, look and touch are at the centre of her artistic approach.

ceramiste Isabelle Damsaint My

My © Isabelle Damsaint

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The association Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie (The Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia) oversees a network of 31 villages, bearers of a strong territorial identity and reflecting traditional architecture. It is committed to promoting the rural, cultural and natural heritage of Wallonia and is a part of the development of local and responsible tourism.