Parcours d’artistes: local art, open houses

Last Sunday, I came upon a house where there was an exhibit. It was part of something organized by the neighborhood called Parcours d’Artsites. Artists around the neighborhood (Jette, Brussels, Belgium) would open up their houses and show off their art to the public. It’s a pretty cool concept. A few local artists who got together in the house I went into. The house owner, Jean-Christophe Duperron, specializes in mosaic. I also saw a guy named Monir Bestene, who had designed lampshades. Some other guy, David Thille, had made stuff out of calabashes. And finally, we saw a guy, Septy Bechou, who was teaching how to make glass balls. I missed a few, but it was hard to get them all in so little time. They all pretty much live off of their art. Here is what I came back with:

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