Artist Name : Carolina GuillermetCV


Acrylic on canvas

131 x 148 cm | 51.6 x 58.3 in.

USD 8,000

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Untitled urban intervention painting

Carolina Guillermet’s untitled urban intervention painting, a colorful exploration of geometric form and emotional resonance. As an artist, teacher, and consultant, Guillermet brings a unique perspective to her work, informed by her architectural background and a rich family legacy in the arts.

Drawing inspiration from urban landscapes and the transformative power of color, Guillermet’s paintings are a testament to her deep understanding of spatial dynamics and volume. In her depiction of San José neighborhoods, irregular shapes and hues of buildings and roads converge to create dynamic compositions that capture the essence of urban life.

Guided by the philosophies of color theorists like Josef Albers, Guillermet rejects the isolation of color, emphasizing its contextual nature. This approach is evident not only in her paintings but also in her tapestries, where she employs the tufting technique to create highly textural surfaces.

Following in the footsteps of her grandfather, renowned tapestry artist J.P. Guillermet, Carolina continues the family tradition with her innovative use of materials and techniques. Her tapestries, inspired by Peruvian patterns and the legacy of Anni Albers, offer a tactile experience that can be appreciated both on walls and floors.

For Guillermet, color is more than just a visual element—it’s a conduit for emotion. Each stroke of her brush or weave of her tapestry carries with it a profound sense of feeling, inviting viewers to explore the intersection of art, architecture, and emotion in her vibrant creations.

Urban intervention painting by Carolina Guillermet.

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Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 150 × 15 × 15 cm

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


Above USD 5,000


large, Oversized