Today we have a look at the works of Anna Deligianni, who was born in Athens, Greece, where she lived until studying at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, specifically at the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Anna: Although the techniques I currently use have an inherent drawing nature, I have always been fascinated by etching. As such, my work is often done in a way that enables me to combine etching and drawing/painting in my artworks. I especially enjoy working with great detail, using motives also seen in eastern cultures, as well as geometry.
I specifically deal with subjects such as architecture, dance, the human figure, and the absence or presence of hearth in ones life. Being particularly interested in the environment one lives in, I draw inspiration from such scenes.
Most of my artworks begin with an idea, and continue by letting the shapes and motives guide my hand, adjusting only when necessary. The tools used in my recent artworks are mainly markers, pencils, oils, aquarelle, ink on paper.
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