Dimitris Pavlopoulos

Joined Artfinder: April 2015

Artworks for sale: 294

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About Dimitris Pavlopoulos

 
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    I'm a creative artist in the art of painting, having my own studio in Barcelona. I started painting and drawing since childhood. I studied painting and graphic design and I have participated in many group exhibitions.
    Dimitris Pavlopoulos primitive style paintings are inherently figurative, yet their naive imagery is predominantly design orientated, has an illustrative quality that is founded on an abstract painterly aesthetic. This juxtaposition of abstraction and design is what makes his pictures so compelling, his figures created as vessels to be filled by textures, colors, and ideas, beautiful compositions that conspire to feed our desire for aesthetically beautiful objects.


    Dimitris Pavlopoulos repeats the same motifs in his paintings, yet each picture is utterly different, his starting point the relationship between painterly concepts such as texture, color, line, and form; This play on ideas gives him space to explore how we see a painting, the depth and nuance of material as well as the potential it has to manipulate how we view the picture plane. Some of his figures look like copper or collage-like cut outs, the rest more illustrative in nature.
    Education:
    School of Fine Arts-graphic designer
    Exhibitions:
    Gallery Jordi 2016 solo exhibition Bulevard Dels Anticuaris, Paseo de Gracia 55-57, Barcelona

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Biography


I'm a creative artist in the art of painting, having my own studio in Barcelona. I started painting and drawing since childhood. I studied painting and graphic design and I have participated in many group exhibitions.
Dimitris Pavlopoulos primitive style paintings are inherently figurative, yet their naive imagery is predominantly design orientated, has an illustrative quality that is founded on an abstract painterly aesthetic. This juxtaposition of abstraction and design is what makes his pictures so compelling, his figures created as vessels to be filled by textures, colors, and ideas, beautiful compositions that conspire to feed our desire for aesthetically beautiful objects.


Dimitris Pavlopoulos repeats the same motifs in his paintings, yet each picture is utterly different, his starting point the relationship between painterly concepts such as texture, color, line, and form; This play on ideas gives him space to explore how we see a painting, the depth and nuance of material as well as the potential it has to manipulate how we view the picture plane. Some of his figures look like copper or collage-like cut outs, the rest more illustrative in nature.
Education:
School of Fine Arts-graphic designer
Exhibitions:
Gallery Jordi 2016 solo exhibition Bulevard Dels Anticuaris, Paseo de Gracia 55-57, Barcelona

 
 
 
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