The colors in the carpet will be perceived differently depending on the angle you view it from.
|Points per m2||307000|
|Thickness approx||11 mm|
Mechanically produced rugs - production is carried out in a fixed rug width and with a fixed number of colours to form a rug pattern. Machine-knotted rugs take significantly less time to produce than hand-knotted rugs accounting for the price difference.
The size of this rug can vary as cotton may cause the rug to shrink slightly after production.
Designer: Angela Monteiro
(1984) Born in Porto, Portugal
(2010) Integrated Master's degree in Architecture by ESAP, Porto
(2015) Degree in Conservation and Restoration, UCP - Catholic University of Porto
The professional and academic path in Architecture has been structured and developed in parallel with the Arts, defining a straight connection with it. The artwork developed since 2011 is based on structuring forms and colors in a way that they form a still image of a “subject” in motion. This “subject” – the main focus of the painting - can be an emotion, a meditative state, a personal situation occurred or simply a thought or an idea that suddenly appears in the canvas and it’s demanding for a physical existence.
Lives and works in Porto, Portugal.
Exhibitions / Participations / Other
(July, 2017) Contemporary Art Symposium 2nd edition - Guarda, Portugal / Mural Painting / Theme:
"Woman: a vast and universal world" (http://cargocollective.com/angelamonteiro/Mural-in-Guarda-Portugal-2017)
(May, 2017) San Sebastian Film Festival 2017 - Online Poster Competition / 65th Edition
Special Mentions – Zabaltegi-Tabakalera (https://www.sansebastianfestival.com/postercompetition/ccarteles.php?id=6347)
(November, 2016) Third place CarpetVista Competiton / Textil Design / Arts (https://www.carpetvista.com/designer/angela-monteiro)
(February, 2016) Participation at the International Art Fair through Galeria Gaudi (Madrid) / Affordable Art Fair / Brussels
(July 2012) Collective Exhibition Art in Mind / Subtleties
at The Brick Lane Gallery, London, UK (https://thebricklanegallery.com/exhibitions/past-exhibitions)
Symbolic representation of a hearth/love structured by the combination of two main elements.