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By: Claudy 05-03-2020

Watercolor for Two Rivers, created for The Wallace Foundation, commissioned by Deborah Berke Partners.

  • The Wallace Foundation New York City, commissioned by Deborah Berke Partners, 2019
  • Material: Drenthe Heath, Wensleydale and merino wool, mohair and silk
  • Pigments: foraged seaweeds including bladderwrack, sea lettuce, and oarweed
  • Size: 3,30 x 1,10m
  • Photo credit: Frankie Alduino

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By: Claudy 05-03-2020

Diversity of Thought comprises seven textile panels: six in the elevator lobby, each rendered in colors that evoke a different body in the solar system and one behind the reception desk that represents the sun.

  • The Wallace Foundation New York City, commissioned by Deborah Berke Partners, 2019
  • Material: Drenthe Heath, Wensleydale and merino wool, mohair and silk
  • Pigments: calendula, chamomile, onion skin, wild tansy, indigo, elderberry, madder, cochineal, walnut, nettle, and mint
  • Size: a series of seven artworks - 2,90 x 1,50m and six panels 1,50 x 1,50m
  • Photo credit: Frankie Alduino

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By: Claudy 16-05-2019

For Normandy, a new culinary hotspot in urban chic Maastricht, Claudy Jongstra designed a new artwork. A transparent movable partition of 3.25 meters high and 6 meters wide with a natural color palette of wool, for the garden room and the large cafe space.

  • Bar-Restaurent Normandy Maastricht, commissioned by Jo Coenen Architect, The Netherlands 2019
  • Size (m): 5 transparant movable partitions, 3.25 meters high and 6 meters wide
  • Material: natural color palette of Drenth Heath wool
  • Pigements: onion skin, woad, walnut
  • Photo credit ©Arjen Schmitz