IDEAS, PAINTINGS

Don ‘t make this serious mistake I did.

“This is not me.” This sentence is jumping up and down in my head like a three-year-old on a trampoline! You know, this moment of silence when you look yourself in the elevator’s mirror, (only for a two-floor distance), and you think: “Oh my God! This is not me!” What is the mismatch with my picture? Is it the navy-blue…

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Stories of my life- Could it be less exciting?

My boy is now three years old. Lately, he banned me from calling him “my baby” since “ he is not a baby any more“. Many changes have occurred at this stage of development. I have to admit that “he is not a baby any more” indeed ! I have sworn that I will respect, his personality and his will,…

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WHITE – The last date of Art and Chemistry

cover photo about white blog post

              White is the lightest color and is achromatic (having no hue), because it fully reflects and scatters all the visible wavelengths of light. White was also one of the first colours used in art. The Lascaux Cave in France contains drawings of bulls and other animals drawn by paleolithic artists between 18,000 and…

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Black – Art dating Chemistry in a magical way –

black post

  A story about colour origination would be unfinished if I had left black outside. How do you make the colour black? It depends. If you’re an artist and you want to create a dark blackish hue, you have to mix amounts of all primary colours (red, yellow and blue) in order to create a very dark tending to black…

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Green pigment – The most poisonous date

green the poisonous colour in history

Green is the colour that you get if you combine two of the three basic colours. Blue and yellow. But the fact that you can derive it from two basic colours does not mean that it has no story to tell. Since the greens that came from mixing yellow and blue usually turned brown after some time, ancient people have…

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Yellow- Art meets Chemistry -third date

                                            There are some things that happen to us and you do not know how you got into them. Then you feel so connected with the subject that occupies your attention to this level that almost everything you think…

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RED – when Chemistry is dating Art

gameofpaint blog post about the origination of colors,

I m so fond of color – I absolutely love mixing colours, getting my hands dirty and making new colour hues as I have imagined. Making a research to find how colors  are made and  what is the natural ingredients they have been used since antiquity, was something I wanted to do for a long time. I thought it would…

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Van Gogh lives next door.

my painting for van gogh game of paint. blog post

                                            I live in a neighborhood that it is not a fancy one, or in the top 10 favorite places to live with your family in Athens. (Maybe it is not in the top 20 even… ) From my…

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find your Frida

When it comes to “Frida,” I do not know about you, but my mind goes straight to Frida Kahlo. By her bio, you find as followed: Mexican, painter, wife of the also famous painter Diego Rivera. She had a terrible accident when she was under 18 when the public bus she was in hit with a train. This accident marked…

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Art for a Good Purpose

    I met Maria Karakostanoglou about a year ago in 2017. Before that, I have never heard of what she was doing as a profession in my life, but some words on her “about note” really got my attention: “Kinesiology since I discovered it, has totally changed my life“! I am so attracted to things that are heard of…

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