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menger (), click to enlargeMenger Revisited (2011-2014)  110cm x 110cm (43" x 43")
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A new version of an older concept, with a different perspective and color choice. Quilt detail.

 
stacked (), click to enlargeStacked (2010)  166cm x 103cm (65" x 40.5")
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This quilt combines traditional colorful elements from 3D computer design (checkerboard pattern, a golden oldie) with a subdued background showing vague reflections in the form of Sashiko patterns. The butterfly brings a bit of life in an otherwise immaculate world. Quilt detail.

 
fracties (Fracties), click to enlargeFractions (Fracties 2009)  144cm x 96cm (57" x 38")
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The name Fractions refers to the fact that the design is based on a division of the surface in ever smaller fractions. Quilt detail.

 
toverbal (), click to enlargeToverbal (2009)  128cm x 128cm (50.5" x 50.5")
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Toverbal is Dutch for gobstopper or jawbreaker, but a more literal translation would be "magic ball". I created the three-dimensional design using POV-Ray. Quilt detail.

 
doyenna (), click to enlargeDoyenna (2008)  98cm x 210cm (38.5" x 82.5")
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A "life-size" quilt I've been wanting to make for a long time, waiting for a sufficiently large stash, sufficient sewing skills and most of all a good design.
Quilt detail 1, detail 2, detail 3.