I was born and raised in a small suburb of Athens.
The last six years I live and work in Bath.
I have graduated from Athens University of Fine Arts in 2005.
I have fifteen years of relevant work experience and I am participating in exhibitions since 2000. I have already taken part in more than 15 exhibitions both in Greece and UK. A recent one was the annual Bath Society of Artists exhibition in Victoria Gallery where two of my artworks were selected.
My work usually starts out from a stain or a scribble. I am using my media in unorthodox ways (f.e watercolours as an impasto...)
I usually work on paper or wood in an eternal circle of adding layers of paint and scratching them out, creating an imprint of a feeling.
Many times I'm mapping various feelings, getting obsessed with an image, which I draw again and again creating in that way a "storyboard ".
ART SPACE GALLERY
participation in annual group exhibitions, at Gallery Art-Space, Santorini.
BATH SOCIETY OF ARTISTS, GROUP EXHIBITION
May 2016 - July 2016
Two of my artworks have been selected, for the Bath Society of Artists annual open exhibition in Victoria Gallery Museum
MACEDONIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, GROUP EXHIBITION
March 17- March 23 2011
"House” Group exhibition at the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art (participated with a kinetic sculpture)
TEXNOPOLIS, GROUP EXHIBITION
"House " at "Technopolis " group exhibition organization KETHEA Diavasi
(participated with a kinetic sculpture)
"TRAVEL IN PARIS WITH ROBERT DOISNEAU AND OTHER STORIES”, SOLO EXHIBITION
December 10, 2010 - December 23, 2010
"Travel in Paris with Robert Doisneau and other stories”
Solo Exhibition at the Cultural Stage of program KETHEA Diavasi
“HUMAN FIGURE IN ART”, TEXNOPOLIS
“Human figure in art” Exhibition Hall, “texnopolis” organized by the Greek champer of arts
"TWO THOUSAND TWO", NINTH INTERNATIONAL MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY
“Two thousand two” Ninth International Month of Photography, Exhibition by 38 selected students of the University of Fine Arts, Athens.
The word human (`ανθρωπος, anthropos in Greek) derives from an ancient word meaning "look high"...