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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
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 09-03-2018

Metamorphosis or transformation is the central theme of this work of art. The butterfly is the ultimate symbol of phenomenal transformation, as it breaks free from the grey chrysalis and unfolds its multicolored wings and morphs into an exquisite shape after several stages of development.

  • U.S. Embassy The Hague, Wassenaar, The Netherlands, 2018
  • Size (m): 11.80 x 2.30
  • Material: wool Drenth Heath Sheep, merino wool, silk, mohair, flax
  • Pigments: indigo, madder, cochineal, onion skin
  • Photo credit: Jeroen Musch