Claude Monet moved with his family to Giverny in 1883 and lived there until his death in 1926. In the small town northwest of Paris he created a spectacular garden that is still a major attraction for all who love nature and art. This garden… Read more
When he was asked to participate in an exhibition in Istanbul in 2011, glass artist Yorgos Papadopoulos looked beyond the divisive history of his home country and searched for the common elements of his Greek heritage and that of the host country. While developing his… Read more
In the property section of this weekend’s Daily Telegraph, Emily Brookes writes about the ancient art of stained glass and the modern glass art techniques that can be considered its progeny. Alongside recent commissions of the French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel and “probably the greatest contemporary British artist” David… Read more
Autumn is perhaps the quintessential season for the experience of wabi-sabi, the aesthetics and world view that propones life’s imperfection and transience as a source of beauty. The leafs are colouring and falling. Soon they will disappear. They turn into compost and become the fertile… Read more
Yorgos has been selected as the artist to represent Cyprus at the European Glass Context 2016 in Bornholm, Denmark, and chose to submit ‘Mary of the Sweet Kiss III’ to be exhibited. Read more here.
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