Carolina Oneto

For Carolina Oneto color and its interactions are a relevant part of each of her quilts.

Carolina Oneto is an Industrial Engineer with a Master’s degree in Business Engineering. She worked in the industry and was a university professor for more than 10 years. The year 2010 leaves Santiago to live in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she discovers the patchwork. She studied patchwork and quilting with Cecilia Koppman and Teresita Leal, since then, she travels every year to specialize in the USA with experienced quilters from that country.
In 2016 she studied “Interaction of Color” at the art school of the Catholic University of Chile. This has marked the development of her work, where color and its interaction are a relevant part of each of her quilts.
Her quilts have been exhibited in many Quilt Festivals around the world, such as Quilt Week (Paducah, Lancaster, Des Moines, Daytona Beach, Grand Rapids, Virginia Beach), Quiltcon, Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, European Carrefour do Patchwork, Fiberart International, Festival do Patchwork Gramado and Floripa Quilt Festival (both in Brazil).
Additionally, her work has been featured at art centers and galleries in Europe, USA and Chile.
Since 2020 she teach online quilting and design classes, and she also creates many on demand classes for those who need to learn at their own pace and time. Online classes allow s her to connect with students from many different countries, which is a very enriching experience. She has teach to many quilters and quilt guilds all around the world.
Carolina currently live in São Paulo, Brazil, where she has her own studio, from where she continuous creating and developing her art and teaching that we are all creative.