It's possible that the inclination to mater and the sense of research that, in some way, we find in Teresa Ribeiro's works may have come from her experience with Tapestry. In her work we meet different appearances that seem to come from the taste for associating dissimilar symbolic contents and for the dialogue between materials with different meanings, in an attempt to establish a possible osmosis between languages (like music and painting, for example). In this context, and through strong chromatic resources, the artist manages to achieve evocative virtualities and memorable records that will be introduced in a field of unexpected, vivifying and enlarged language. In the present state, Teresa Ribeiro seems to search for a remodelling of the mixed techniques, using collages of foolscap paper painted with anilines and pastel, giving emphasis to a pictorial universe where the interpretation of drawings is done between the contrasts of shades, suggesting views that elevate each theme. The subjects are now very wide, directing us to a profound consideration on Man and his deep existential tensions, as well as to more unchanged and spiritualist levels of her reality.