Artist Name : Carolina GuillermetCV


Acrylic on canvas

48.5 x 59 cm | 19.1 x 23.2 in.

USD 2,500

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Carolina Guillermet’s painting Urban Colour Spaces called Hutong, a vibrant exploration of geometric forms and chromatic interplay. As an artist, educator, and consultant, Guillermet’s multifaceted practice is deeply rooted in her fascination with the architectural landscape and its profound relationship with color.

Influenced by her grandmother, Lola Fernández, a prominent Costa Rican abstract artist, Guillermet embraces the philosophies of color theorists like Josef Albers, rejecting the notion of color in isolation. Instead, she harnesses color as a dynamic force that shapes urban environments, transforming irregular shapes and hues of San José neighborhoods into evocative volumetric expressions.

Drawing inspiration from both her familial legacy and artistic influences, Guillermet’s tapestries pay homage to the textile tradition, echoing the craftsmanship of Anni Albers. Employing the tufting technique with synthetic wool, she creates texturally rich surfaces that can be displayed on walls or floors, inviting tactile exploration.

In both her paintings and tapestries, Guillermet weaves together architectural elements with a rich, emotionally resonant palette. For her, color transcends mere visual aesthetics—it serves as a conduit for emotional expression. With each brushstroke and tuft, she invites viewers to immerse themselves in the vibrant tapestry of urban life, where color becomes a language of feeling and sensation.

Painting that showcases urban colour spaces

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Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 50 × 15 × 15 cm

Black, Blue, Pink, Green, Grey, Orange, Purple, Red


USD 2,000 – 5,000