Discovering the World of Visual Arts, inspired by the work of Jannis Psychopedis
One of the most characteristic qualities of Jannis Psychopedis’s artistic output is the gestural randomness and the fluidity of his palette, which give his artworks an ethereal quality, full of striking juxtapositions of color and form.
In this workshop, we will be introduced to dripping and layering – techniques in which liquid paint and ink spread on the paper surface, producing interesting and unpredictable effects.
We will try our hand at creative techniques and exciting new media, such as salt, silicone and sponge, to create imaginary landscapes.
Design–Implementation: Theodoros Zafeiropoulos, Artist, Assistant Professor, NTUA
Elisavet Chelidoni, Artist – Special education teacher
11.30-12.30, 12.30-13.30, 13.30-14.30
For children 7+, young people and families, with or without disabilities
Up to 25 participants per hour
Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis