Sandrine Demeure is an award-winning Belgian ceramic artist who studied with Katie Ohe in Calgary in 1985. A friend of both Katie Ohe and Harry Kiyooka, Demeure has worked for three summers in Ohe’s studio (1998, 2004, 2006). She is also a printmaker and a member of the KOAC Outreach Program. Demeure works as a professional geologist and photographer while creating and exhibiting her ceramic sculpture in Brussels where she lives. She graduated with a Diploma in Ceramics from Ecole des Arts d’Ixelles, in Bruxelles, Belgium (2007), and studied under Lucie Sentjens (1998-present) and Nathalie Joiris (1998-2005). Demeure has done residencies and workshops with Rudie Delanghe, Emile Desmedt, Vincent Beague, Jean-Claude Legrand, Claude Champy, and Michel Cohen (France). Demeure is an Associate Member of the WCC-FB World Crafts Council in Belgium. Selected exhibitions include: Collective exhibitions at l’Ecole des Arts d’Ixelles (1998-2010); Art o Nivo Bruges: Dialogues in action (2010); Parcours d’artistes Ixelles, rue du Viaduc 59 (2010); Showcase of the creators, WCC Mons (2010); Exhibition “Small formats” Atelier Las Menina (2009); Exhibition Dialogues, WCC Mons (2009); Collective exhibition, Cadol Koekelberg (2009); Collective exhibition, Sablon Brussels (2009); Collective exhibition at the Ecole des Arts d’Ixelles (2008); Collective exhibition, Atelier Christine Lefebvre (2008); Small format collective exhibition, Atelier Las Meninas (2008).