Anna Maria Papadimitriou

Joined Artfinder: April 2015

Artworks for sale: 34

Greece

About Anna Maria Papadimitriou

 
 
  • Biography


    ln painting, l am interested in the challenge of entering a confessional field, extending my boundaries and ''opening up'' by activating the unconscious.
    l am intrigued by the unfamiliar since l feel that it's the only space that is broader and stretches out its opening boundaries into all directions, for a single instant gazing at the truth. But then a single instant is all that is needed to open this truth up further and redefine it. 
    This is a process that is also unavoidable in my paintings. Successive layers of oil paints sometimes make a canvas heavy. This piece of matter is life-condensed. Self-honesty prevails. And this can be a very long voyage, while a painting is looking for its final image.
    In the end you realize that this ''mountain'' or this ''ocean'' you have been crossing all the way until now, is your own self. Whether you are the artist creating the image or the viewer who comes to enter the artwork and assign a new meaning to it.

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  • Education

    2000 - 2005

    Athens School of Fine Arts - PAINTING

  • Awards

    2014

    Neverland

    Among the 5 Winners of the International competition NEVERLAND.

    Exhibition, Cultureinside gallery, Luxembourg
  • Upcoming Events

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Education

2000 - 2005

Athens School of Fine Arts - PAINTING


Awards

2014

Neverland

Among the 5 Winners of the International competition NEVERLAND.

Exhibition, Cultureinside gallery, Luxembourg

There are no upcoming events


 

Biography



ln painting, l am interested in the challenge of entering a confessional field, extending my boundaries and ''opening up'' by activating the unconscious.
l am intrigued by the unfamiliar since l feel that it's the only space that is broader and stretches out its opening boundaries into all directions, for a single instant gazing at the truth. But then a single instant is all that is needed to open this truth up further and redefine it. 
This is a process that is also unavoidable in my paintings. Successive layers of oil paints sometimes make a canvas heavy. This piece of matter is life-condensed. Self-honesty prevails. And this can be a very long voyage, while a painting is looking for its final image.
In the end you realize that this ''mountain'' or this ''ocean'' you have been crossing all the way until now, is your own self. Whether you are the artist creating the image or the viewer who comes to enter the artwork and assign a new meaning to it.

 
 
 
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