Dimitris Pavlopoulos
Thessaloniki, Greece

Dimitris Pavlopoulos sees his abstract paintings and portraits as vessels to communicate aesthetic beauty and emotion. Stylistically, the work mirrors the great Abstract Expressionists of the 20th century, and Dimitris admires the art of Cy Twombly, Willem de Kooning and Franz Kline. His abstract works are assembled with a range of media, creating texture on the surface with acrylic, paper, and crayon. You may notice a piece of graph paper, text from a book, or a girl’s sneakers poking out from under layers of paint. Each piece can feel like a collection or quick snapshots of memory, piled together within one controlled space, as if in an attempt to make sense of it all. The works are composed in bands across the surface, and black lines accentuate the movement of the piece, like film stills spinning through a reel. Other pieces, such as Rabat, resemble a landscape, perhaps influenced by the port city of Thessaloniki, Greece where Dimitris currently resides. Looking at the painting, you can envision the many buildings receding from the Mediterranean seaside.

Yellow No 146
14.9" x 10.9" , mixed media artwork
$300

Yellow No 145
14.9" x 10.9" , mixed media artwork
$300

The Humanity Not Changed Much
39" x 39" , mixed media artwork
$4,125


What Is Right?
15" x 11" , mixed media artwork
$600

Old Church in Italy
19.6" x 15.7" , mixed media artwork
$925

Casa
19.6" x 15.7" , mixed media artwork
$925


Passed Quickly
31.49" x 31.49" , mixed media artwork
$2,700

Rabat
31.49" x 31.49" , mixed media artwork
$2,700


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