Born in 1982 in Brittany, Eva lives and works between Nantes and Brest where she has set up her workshop in a former swimming pool. She likes to tell stories through her forms and very often gives titles of musical pieces to her works.
Since training at the Brest School of Fine Arts, Eva Taulois has been interested in the flexibility of materials, the ability to cover objects. She scrutinizes and masters manual and industrial know-how. She draws, cuts, covers, models, paints and adjusts performing arts. It is a modern doctrine that advocates the fusion of art and life with emphasis on simple forms and paintings, sculptures, architecture, design, furniture and the rearrangement of clothes.
In 2017, Eva Taulois presented a painted carpet as part of the Lyon Biennale. A few years later, when the French Cliché duo met Sibylle de Tavernost at the launch of her custom rug factory, the common desire to create an artist's edition was immediate. A call, a meeting, sitting on a carpet leads Eva Taulois to paint free and colorful shapes. From original paintings by the artist, the house weaves a canvas with woolen threads, color after color, the carpet takes shape, the painting is restored.
The flamboyant colors occupy a place in their own right in this original work: they create a rhythm and a welcoming atmosphere for the visitor.
This rug will be published in 30 copies. In a 2 x 3 hand-tufted wool format, the model is also available for custom order.
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