The Greek Collection: Amalia

Over the past few weeks I’ve been working on the lady in the background pictured below and which finally marks the definitive beginning of a whole series/collection I want to create, namely, The Greek Collection. Continue reading “The Greek Collection: Amalia”

Artwork: A Minoan Offering

The art of the ancient Minoan civilization has long held a deep fascination for me and so I present my latest artwork ‘A Minoan Offering‘, 91 x 91 cms, created using mixed media on wood with pyrograph, featuring a characteristic Minoan woman making a symbolic offering to the horse. Continue reading “Artwork: A Minoan Offering”

The 3rd Annual Hellenic Fashion Show For Special Needs Persons

Last week on Monday 14th May, I was invited by a good friend to attend the 3rd Annual Fashion Show With Participation Of Paralympians and People With Special Needs in Argyroupli, Athens. It was the first time I had heard of this event and was only too happy to attend. Continue reading “The 3rd Annual Hellenic Fashion Show For Special Needs Persons”

The Evil Eye – Its Meaning, Colours and Design

In Greece where I live one of the most influential motifs is the Evil Eye, a symbol prevalent not only in Mediterranean cultures but one which is found in several other cultures and religions around the world. Continue reading “The Evil Eye – Its Meaning, Colours and Design”