Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery
Christian Johannes van der Hoef, ‘Pair of Vases’, Jason Jacques Gallery

These matching green pillar vases' bases are painted black and contain various geometric designs that work their way up the shaft of the vase, eventually becoming less concentrated. The designs utilize black, red, and gold motifs and generally use square and triangular shapes in their designs. About halfway up on each vase is a matching insignia design: two pointed red ovals in a cross formation, with a slanted square in the middle of the cross section. Connecting each point of the ovals is a series of six black dots, with twenty four in total. The top of the vases flare out at the opening and also continue to utilize the black, red, and gold geometric designs found at the base.