Artist Name : Carolina GuillermetCV




80 x 100 cm | 31.5 x 39.4 in.

USD 7,000


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Tactitono is filled with geometric patterns.

Carolina Guillermet’s abstract textile with Geometric Patterns called tactitono, a captivating acrylic tapestry that celebrates the interplay of color and form. Guillermet, an artist, educator, and consultant, brings a distinctive focus on geometric applications of color to her paintings and textiles, inspired by her architectural background.

Informed by urban color interventions and a rich tradition of cityscape shaping, Guillermet’s work reflects her deep understanding of color theory. Drawing inspiration from renowned artists like Josef Albers, she emphasizes the contextual nature of color, rejecting its isolation in favor of dynamic interactions within the environment.

As the granddaughter of the esteemed Costa Rican abstract artist Lola Fernández, Guillermet carries on a familial legacy of artistic innovation. Her tapestries, crafted with meticulous attention to detail using the tufting technique, offer highly textural surfaces that can be displayed on walls or floors with ease.

Echoing the influence of textile artist Anni Albers, Guillermet’s tapestries resonate with Peruvian patterns, infusing her work with a sense of cultural richness and heritage. Through her bold use of color and intricate compositions, Guillermet weaves together architectural influences and emotional resonance, inviting viewers to explore the dynamic relationship between color and feeling. For Guillermet, color transcends mere aesthetics—it becomes a conduit for profound emotional experiences, a sentiment she encapsulates with elegance: “Colour is a feeling I prefer. We feel color; it can be as simple as that.”

This is a tapestry with geometric patterns

This artwork will be rolled for shipping.