Stoneware sculpture in low relief by Henriette Arcelin, manufactured during an artistic residency at the factory-atelier Viúva Lamego, from an old mold. Curated by Felipa Almeida for the Areias & Sereias pop-up.
French illustrator and ceramist, Henriette Arcelin (1983) graduated in Fine Arts in Nice and London. She developed her ceramics studies in Portugal, at Ar.Co art school, and has dedicated herself to several projects for public and private spaces.
Collaborates regularly with Felipa Almeida, having produced several exclusive pieces and participated in various exhibitions.
Founded in 1849, Viúva Lamego is one of the first Portuguese tile factories. Since the 1930s it provides artistic residencies and encourages collaborations between artists and master artisans.
Measures 60 x 60 cm