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The “fly” of Michaël Cailloux

Michaël Cailloux is a passionate French artist who loves painting and creating. He graduated from the École Duperré School of Design in Paris in 1998 and in 1999 he decided to start his own company, the “Atelier LZC”, to produce its own collections and creations

Plan B for Ioannis Monogyios

Ioannis Monogios was born in Kavala in 1965 and currently he lives and works in Thessaloniki. His choice of artistic expression is through engraving, where the symbolism and the inner world are presented mainly through human skulls or forms from which roots emerge or connect

The Byzantine painting in 2015: Fotis Varthis

  Fotis what have you studied? I studied graphic design at a Dept of Applied Arts and an Institute of Vocational Training. After the army I followed a tutorial of freehand drawing and passed the examinations for the School of Fine Arts where I was

Contemporary Greek Printmaking – Exhibition November 17th

“Greek Printmakers’ Association” in collaboration with the “Society of Studies of the Lavrion Region” is organizing a group exhibition of “Contemporary Greek Printmaking” in Lavrion, Attica. The exhibition will run at the renovated Hotel Evropi Exhibition space from November 15, 2015 – November 29, 2015

The Victorian figures of Miltiades Petalas

His name is Miltiadis Petalas. In 2003 he graduated with honors from the Faculty of Fine Arts. His professor was P. Papaspyrou. In 2011 he earned one more distinction from the field of Engraving of the School of Fine Arts, with professors M. Arfara and