The “Zophoriazouses” are compositions based on the Greek feminine beauty of ancient statues and frescoes. An ancient female dance from the crocus collectors of Thera, Aphrodite of Milos, Niki of Samothrace and the Caryatids.
The exhibition that was hosted in the spring at the Kakogiannis Foundation will be at the Tomato Industrial Museum “D. Nomikos” for the September.
The “Zophoriazouses”, which, as the word itself explains, bring life and therefore continuity, mark the evolution of ancient Greek art that, through modern creators, talks to today through original works, ambassadors of a country that looks to the future underpinned by its robust past and history.
Palinda Georgoulakou was born and raised in Athens. From a young age she discovered her need for visual creation and her deep and intense desire to express herself through design and color. Despite this inclination, he served as an officer in the Navy for 28 years.
But as he was still interested in art, he took part in Art History, Painting seminars as well as Set Design and Costume Design workshops. Finally, the need for artistic expression prevailed and she decided to follow the passion professionally, to seek her creativity and her place in the visual scene.
Palinda enjoys the process of creation which frees and uplifts her. She explores her art using different mediums, techniques and styles as she tries to portray her experiences, memories, feelings, dreams and aspirations on canvas.
She presented her first solo painting exhibitions in 2017 at the Municipal Theater of Piraeus, “Roads” and “Sea Days”. Her works have been exhibited in group exhibitions in Athens, Mykonos, Santorini, Paris and Xi’an, China.