artpiece

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
By: Claudy 01-11-2018

“Soil is in fact a very vibrant, living community.” Fred Kirschenmann, TEDx Manhattan, 2012
Soil is the living skin of the Earth...this very thin layer where life is possible. ‘Symphony of the Soil’

  • Stone Barnes Center for Food and Agriculture, Pocantico Hills, NY, U.S.A. 2018
  • Living Soil is donated to Stone Barnes Center for Food and Agriculture by Studio Claudy Jongstra
  • Size (m): 8 panels, 1.37 x 0.76 each, 6.09 m all together
  • Material: Wool Sheep Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture
  • Pigments: Indigo, madder, onion skin, woad
  • Wooden frames, added natural acoustic material
  • Photo credit: Jeroen Musch
By: Claudy 02-05-2018
The World Premiere of Studio Claudy Jongstra’s monumental sculptural installation features an assemblage of sixty hand-felted textile artworks that evoke a primal architectural impulse. Over the past 20 years, Jongstra has built an artistic practice intertwined with Dutch cultural heritage and the natural cycle of her local environment in rural Friesland.
  • Santa Maria dello Spasimo, Palermo, Collateral Event of Manifesta 12 in collaboration with Villa Valguarnera-Past Forward
  • Zeefgebouw (De Suiker), Energieweg 10, 9743 AN Groningen
  • Materials: wool of the Drenthe Heath sheep, merino wool, mohair, silk, cotton
  • Pigments: madder, cochineal, walnut
  • Photo credit: Jeroen Musch