An article explaining the process behind the painting and how I titled the exhibition IMMENSITIES
I made this sketch when Manolis Glezos visited us. I hope you can see his compassion and magnetism in the connection he shared.
So far I’ve worked with my graphic novel DELPHI as: a written manuscript; and now, an art performance of a continuous, single line drawn on a very long scroll of paper accompanied by improvised classical music by Eugene Feygelson. Drawing everything in one line, whether they are continuous line comic books, portraits or landscapes, helpsContinue reading “DELPHI: A JOURNEY IN ONE LINE”
Manolis Glezos (Μανώλης Γλέζος) is a living legend. Our grandmother calls him “The True Patriot.” He was very kind to let me paint him. I considered it a good opportunity for me to try following a classical method of painting. It’s like following a new recipe to make a very familiar cake. Warning: this article isContinue reading “MANOLIS GLEZOS: PORTRAIT IN THE METHOD OF RUBENS”