Surface Designer with Texture
SAND ART and PLASTICINE
"Sand Art is a technique that I am still experimenting with. It is a beautiful way of imprinting colour and shapes, giving a velvety finish to a drawing. It looks like pointillism but more subtle and delicate, and it adds some multidimensional finish. Plasticine is another interesting texture that looks incredible on the wall. I use these techniques to create surface design with texture."
"I have been always in love with radical changes. Perhaps this has driven me to use old furniture to create new pieces of art and give them a chance to shine. The tables are beautiful by themselves and they are carefully chosen for their potential to become the perfect canvas for interesting patterns."
"Geometry and the power of lines and contrast are the main subjects of inspiration. I like optical illusions and how they let the piece move and change depending on the observation point."
Born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia, Amarti studied Architecture at Los Andes University and obtained an MA Degree in Architecture in Regeneration at Oxford Brookes University in the UK, and an interior decoration course at the University of the Arts, Chelsea College of Arts and Design. With experiences in both the architecture and interior design worlds, Amarti now implements that knowledge to create beautiful designs that can integrate and complete any interior decoration project.