Anna Betbeze's Flotaki Carpets are Colorful and Out of the Ordinary

By: Sarah Nazim - Published: Jun 6, 2012 • References: artinfo & huffingtonpost
Anna Betbeze's collection is not comprised of usual sculptures that one would expect to see displayed. Her works almost resemble a beaten up rug that underwent a dye job. Well, essentially that's what they are; she uses Greek Flotaki rugs and cuts and burns them and then proceeds to add pigments for color. She likes to create different designs and patterns, which makes each piece distinctive on its own.

Betbeze's aim to is to create something that is visually appealing. Although the designs are not glamorous, they are still extremely eye-catching. Instead of using a regular canvas, she uses felt to create her masterpieces. Anna Betbeze's pieces are truly modern works that are bound to add pizzazz to any homeowner's walls. Stats for Rainbow Rug Art Sculptures Trending: Older & Chilly
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