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  1. 'The dream of architecture I'

    Year: 2019
    90x120 cm / 35.5x47.3 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    I wanted to create a decorative image. The inspiration for this painting came from a detail which I have seen in a museum, which was carved on an old piece of rock.
  2. 'Flowers'

    Year: 2019
    80x90 cm / 31.5x35.5 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    For this painting I was inspired by some photos I took at ‘Kew Gardens’ in London. I wanted to combine a realistic element from nature with my imagination and create a playful image.
  3. 'Transformation I'

    Year: 2019
    100x120 cm / 39.4x47.3 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    This paintig is inspired by some old gothic arthitectural details and win- dows. I wanted to create a contrast between the vertical shapes and the abstract ones.
  4. 'Pink Gate II'

    Year: 2019
    90x120 cm / 35.5x47.3 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    For this painting the inspiration was an old gate which I found in Lon- don. I wanted to create an abstract painting and just a few details and brush strokes to be emphasised and to show the viewer some traces of a gate. What I like about this painting is the contrast between the pictorial surfaces and the ones which contain strong lines.
  5. 'Castle river'

    Year: 2019
    100x130 cm / 39.4x51.2 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    This artwork is inspired from a photo I have taken of a window and a door at the castle called ‘Tower of London’. In this painting I wanted to play more with colours, strong brush strokes and enjoy the surface of the can- vas. I wanted to create a carousel of colours.
  6. 'Zoom'

    Year: 2019
    100x130 cm / 39.4x51.2 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    I wanted to create a more decorative painting and to think more about how colors live next to each other. Creating different shapes I started thinking of the ongoing process of painting which is limitless.
  7. 'Museum dream'

    Year: 2019
    100x100 cm / 39.4x39.4 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    For this painting I was inspired by some photos I have taken in London at ‘Tate Britain’ museum. The recent exhibition called ‘ The Asset Strippers’ by Mike Nelson really inspired me because of the way the space was rethought and changed and how his artworks were combined with the architecture of the museum.
  8. 'Japanese gate'

    Year: 2019
    80x90 cm / 31.5x35.5 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    For this painting I was inspired by a ‘Japanese Gate’ as the title says , which I’ve seen at the ‘Royal Botanic Gardens’ in London. I really liked the architecture of the gate, but I was also impressed by some rounded sculptures made out of glass that were placed in front of the gate by an artist called Dale Chihuly. The whole image made me want to paint it , so I did. I really like the combination of colours at this artwork, the subtle shades of green in combination with the bright pink/orange surfaces. I also feel that the rounded shapes inspired by the glass sculptures complete the whole composition.
  9. 'The dream of architecture II'

    Year: 2019
    80x90 cm / 31.5x35.5 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    This is the second painting with the same name, because it was inspired by the same architectural detail. For this artwork I wanted to move away a little bit from the shape of the actual detail and play with the forms more, but in the same decorative way. I also incorporated some shapes that look like flowers because I wanted to show the deep connection between nature and architecture.

  10. 'Gothic gate'

    Year: 2019
    80x90 cm / 31.5x35.5 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    This painting is inspired by a gothic gate from an old church. For this artwork I wanted to depict the shape of the gate and the rest of it to be more abstract. I focused more on the use of colour rather then on the shape of the composition. I wanted to be like a story of colours and textures.
  11. 'Blue light'

    Year: 2019
    100x130 cm / 39.4x51.2 inch
    Acrylic and oil pastels on canvas

    The inspiration for this painting was a photo I have taken with a piece of wood. I was really intrigued by the structure and the texture of the wood. At first I wanted to paint something realistic, but when I decided to work with pink, red and orange the outcome changed completely. What I really like about this painting is the contrast between the surfaces which are more pictorial and the white and yellow ones where I drew some lines with oil pastels. I feel this kind of contrast gives the artwork more depth.
  12. Pink madness

    Year: 2019
    90x90 cm
    Acrylic on canvas

    This artwork is my first painting were I tried to change a little bit the way I usually work with colors. I wanted to make it more abstract, and just in some parts you can understand what it actually is. I started from a photography with a window. I like sometimes to take inspiration from windows because I feel like each of them have a great story behind. Just try and think of how many people look from the same window and think of such different things, is just a piece of glass and maybe wood which makes a connection between the complicated minds of people and the endless posibilities which exists.

    I feel that this painting is special because of the combination between the parts were I used strong brush strokes or even drops of paint and the ones which are more like a drawing.

  13. 'Columns wheel'

    Year: 2019
    100x100 cm / 39.4x39.4 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    For this painting I was inspired by the interior of a museum from London. In this painting I included columns, some arches and some objects which caught my attention from that space. I wanted to capture the light and the darker parts and that is why I chose to use the bright orange and the dark blue.
  14. 'Transformation II'

    Year: 2019
    100x120 cm / 39.4x47.3 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    This paintig is inspired by some old gothic arthitectural details and win- dows. I wanted to create a contrast between the vertical shapes and the abstract ones.
  15. 'Pink Gate I'

    Year: 2019
    90x120 cm / 35.5x47.3 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    For this painting the inspiration was an old gate which I found in Lon- don. I wanted to create an abstract painting and just a few details and brush strokes to be emphasised and to show the viewer some traces of a gate. What I like about this painting is the contrast between the pictorial surfaces and the ones which contain strong lines.
  16. Color palette

    Year: 2015

  17. Transcend

    Year: 2015

  18. Sough

    Year: 2015

  19. Nostalgia

    Year: 2015

  20. Abyss

    Year: 2015

   

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