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Born in Paris in 1956, Greek Armenian father and French mother. His early interest in art began in 1966, he wrote his first poems and songs.

In 1970 he lived in Seine St Denis, where he has his studio painting. For the sculptor, is a Belgian friend, Jean-Marie Bechet who lends his studio at Issy les Moulineaux.

In Paris, he was influenced by the ideas of De Stilj and the Bauhaus school. In his travels, he discovers Hans Arp, Van Gogh, Pietr Mondrian

In 1977, he moved to Greece and discovers the music which remains one of his great passions.

In 1979 he left Greece to go to the Edinboro State College inPennsylvania. He then settled in the south of France and Marseille obtained an undergraduate Architecture in Luminy.

In 1981 he returned to Greece and remained there until 1987. During this period he produced several exhibitions in Thessaloniki.

From 1987 to 1989 he studied at the «Ecole Normale de Draguignan» teachers. he practices in the Var. It was at this time that he discovered that the computer will quickly become a tool of creation.

In 1992 with Guy and Simon Joanny Tierrant he founded Orenda Creation and organizes numerous exhibitions and competitions until 1998.

In 2009 he moved to Crete where he mounts a homestudio. he began shaping his musical compositions thαt he published on different international platform.

During this years he continue to draw, paint.

One part of his graphic world is abstract and the other are landscapes.

his creations the last few years are largely digital-art.

sept 2022


Favourite Visual Artist
Hans Arp, Mondrian, Vermeer, Van Gogh,
Favourite Writers
Prévert, Apollinaire, Aragon
Favourite Games
Chess
Tools of the Trade
Traditional media for painter, camera, digital tablet, computer
Other Interests
Songwriting and composition

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