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21 Apr ‘Personal Paradise’ ceramics exhibition

Recently I have been in the ceramics exhibition ‘Personal Paradise’ of the artist Theodora Tsiatsiou which was held on April in Xatzigianneio center in Larissa, Greece. The exhibition consisted of six thematic modules: Trees, Elves-Pixies, Wheel-Circle, Teapots, Fishes-Water-Sea and Eggs. Curvilinear compositions, made entirely of clay, with helical and spiral graphic designs, forms with curves and recognizable symbols, lines with flow and movement are the characteristics of the artwork. I was impressed not only by the thematic variety but also by the exceptional art objects which in whole created a great atmosphere like a fairytale referring to the artist’s paradise.









Theodora Tsiatsiou graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, specialized in painting and engraving in Aristodimos Theophylaktopoulos workshop and in Xeni Sachinis workshop respectively. She attended art pottery courses in the Free Workshop of Visual and Applied Arts of Municipal Gallery of Larissa – Katsigras G. Museum. She also attended courses of Arabic calligraphy in the Mohammed V-Suissi University in Morocco. She has participated in many exhibitions in Greece and abroad.  She is an art professor in secondary school while she is occupied with the making of art jewelry.



In the near future her work will be exhibited in Mykonos island in Greece. It worth a visit!!
Special thanks to the artist for the information and the concession of photographic material.


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