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Bela Silva

 

 

Objects designed by Bela Silva exclusively for WawwLaTable and made in the Ateliers de Tyr, a non-profit association.

Treat yourself to something beautiful by doing good.

Bela Silva

Portrait

Bela Silva is a renowned Portuguese ceramist whose childhood was steeped in the traditional ceramics of her country. She has collaborated with the biggest names and is exhibited in the most prestigious art galleries around the world.

She explores a wide range of media, including drawing and ceramics.

Bela draws her inspiration from universes ranging from trinkets discovered in flea markets and antique shops to works of art in museums, but above all from her flagship element: nature. A clear interplay between classical mythology and Baroque aesthetics is reflected in her works which take on a life of their own and compose living narratives. Her creations require an investment in manual work and time, and seduce us with reliefs and textures that must be felt.

Bela Silva in front of some of her designs

Bela Silva

Portrait

Bela Silva is a renowned Portuguese ceramist whose childhood was steeped in the traditional ceramics of her country. She has collaborated with the biggest names and is exhibited in the most prestigious art galleries around the world.

She explores a wide range of media, including drawing and ceramics.

Bela draws her inspiration from universes ranging from trinkets discovered in flea markets and antique shops to works of art in museums, but above all from her flagship element: nature. A clear interplay between classical mythology and Baroque aesthetics is reflected in her works which take on a life of their own and compose living narratives. Her creations require an investment in manual work and time, and seduce us with reliefs and textures that must be felt.

La Collection

Bela Silva has imagined exclusively for WawwLaTable a special collection of dreamlike sculptures echoing artisanal and exotic cultures: monochrome and geometric pieces that will embellish your tables every day.

The collection is made up of several pieces-sculptures, decorative, useful and functional to place on tables: jugs, candle holders, table vases, etc. They are works of art that you will use every day.

Inspired by the value of sharing, the table reminds Bela Silva of festivities, joy, family and friends. She wishes through this collection to slow down time to better appreciate it.

Waww x Bela Silva

"We have always liked Bela's work: strong works, pieces that transform the look of a table by adding a real artistic touch. »

La Collection

Bela Silva has imagined exclusively for WawwLaTable a special collection of dreamlike sculptures echoing artisanal and exotic cultures: monochrome and geometric pieces that will embellish your tables every day.

The collection is made up of several pieces-sculptures, decorative, useful and functional to place on tables: jugs, candle holders, table vases, etc. They are works of art that you will use every day.

Inspired by the value of sharing, the table reminds Bela Silva of festivities, joy, family and friends. She wishes through this collection to slow down time to better appreciate it.

Waww x Bela Silva

"We have always liked Bela's work: strong works, pieces that transform the look of a table by adding a real artistic touch. »
Les Ateliers de Tyr, an artisanal village that brings to life the know-how of hand-made ceramics and mouth-blown glass, invented in this region by the Phoenicians. Built by the "International Association for the Safeguarding of the City of Tyre" under the aegis of UNESCO, this eco-responsible village has a solidarity vocation. It offers, as a priority, jobs for women and the disabled, in the region of southern Lebanon.
Les Ateliers de Tyr, an artisanal village that brings to life the know-how of hand-made ceramics and mouth-blown glass, invented in this region by the Phoenicians. Built by the "International Association for the Safeguarding of the City of Tyre" under the aegis of UNESCO, this eco-responsible village has a solidarity vocation. It offers, as a priority, jobs for women and the disabled, in the region of southern Lebanon.