Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Tall Red Vase by Amphora.

Happy to add this tall vase to our collection.
It's filed under the number 71 in the Amphora catalogue and also documented in this 1963 picture. Far right, without sgraffito lines.
52 cm high. Irresistible selenium red by Rogier Vandeweghe...

Friday, May 3, 2019

DS 2 sculpture.

The second sculpture of my DS series just came out of the kiln.
Slowly but steady, getting ready for the WouterHarvey expo 
opening at the end of this month.

Friday, April 26, 2019

DS 1 lamp.

This is the first of my new 'DS Series' that will be displayed during our upcoming WouterHarvey spring show.
Inspired by goddesses, robots, knights, veiled women, and aliens (of course).
Ceramic sculpture, featuring two mirrored light bulbs...

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Interstellar Pharmacy part 2.

The second part of this installation will be shown at
design Biƫnnale Interieur Kortrijk. Oktober 2018.
Save the date !

Wouter Hoste : CARBON (from the Interstellar Pharmacy series)

Part from the Interstellar Pharmacy Installation.
"Exploded" bottle.
Wouter Hoste 2018

Interstellar Pharmacy.

'Interstellar Pharmacy'. All ceramics by Wouter Hoste Ceramics.
 Photography by Frederik Vercruysse.
This installation is on view at Galerie Patrick Fourtin.
9 Rue Des Bons Enfants 75001 Paris.
Expo starting oktober 4th. 

Friday, August 10, 2018

Pair of lamps : Engineer 25

From the Engineer series : pair of yellow lamps .
Engineer 25.1 & 25.2
Wouter Hoste Ceramics 2018.

Engineer 24.

Engineer 24 sculpture.
Wouter Hoste Ceramics 2018

Push Series

From the Push series nr 5, 6 & 8
Wouter Hoste Ceramics 2018

Engineer 26 Sculpture.

Engineer 26 sculpture.
Glazed with the unbeatable "Perignem (selenium) Red"
Wouter Hoste Ceramics 2018.

Alchemist 1

Alchemist 1 lamp.
Wouter Hoste Ceramics.

Alchemist 2.

Alchemist 2 vase.
Wouter Hoste Ceramics 2018

Alchemist 4

Alchemist 4 vase. 
Wouter Hoste Ceramics 

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Perignem sgraffito vase. 1960's

Another example of Perignem's extremely elegant & high-end artistic output.
This form of decoration made by scratching through (different layers of) glaze 
to reveal the lower layer of contrasting colour is exemplary for the Perignem house style. 
This vase was made in the 60's and probably decorated by Johan Nyssen or Elisabeth Vandeweghe.
70 cm tall, signed.