These are extremely gorgeous photos, Gudrun. Great work!
O so beautifull, means a lot.Thank you!Dianne Soli (family)
What a beautiful, medieval craft. How soothing to look at these soft fabrics, patterns, designs. Only now I wonder how this curvelinear craft actually came about. This person knew about an ancient world; he knew stitching techniques, sloping shapes, artistic influences developed over centuries. Rest in peace, Gerard. Sleep restful & tight; on a crimson cushion worthy of eternity.
These photos are truly amazing, Gudrun. For years I've been wanting to look him up and see what he built up over there. I guess the lesson to be learned here is to never postpone anything and just go for it. Something my uncle always lived by. Thanks for publishing these, it sure means a lot.Sincerely,Patrick van Lijf, nephew to Gerard.Maastricht, the Netherlands.
Thanks Gudrun,my uncle was a really good person and a artist in his work.greets Lonneke.
Thanks everybody. Gerard was an amazing artist and craftsman, I loved visiting him at his studio and watch him do his thing. He was very very inspiring to me. A true free spirit with a down to earth attitude, not very often found!!!