ARTISTAndreas Psarakos

His art can be found in many private collections in Greece and abroad

Handcrafted and painted by him. The materials used are various types of wires, gypsum, papier masse, acrylic adhesives varnish.

Andreas Psarakos was born in Velo Korinthias. He began painting lessons with Vrasidas Vlachopoulos as a teacher. He studied at Vakalo School, having Vaggelis Dimitreas and Yiannis Valavanidis as teachers. He also studied at the German School of Graphic Arts and followed the plant colours’ study programme (Crete) on a state scholarship while he was making large dimension posters for theatre shows.
He has made 13 solo exhibitions and participated in many group exhibitions.

Andreas Psarakos prefers the intense colors that refer to pop art and have playful, joyful mood. Free from any sense of seriousness, exonerated towards the purity of his inspiration, he creates works that take us back to the era of innocence.
Bicycles, umbrellas, figures, cars, a summer hat, a pair of flip flops, scenes from the beach life, familiar animals, cars, school coaches, trees, boats and other favorite items become his protagonists. He places them in vibrant environments of explosive colors, in clear skies, foamy seas, green natures.

Handcrafted and painted by him. The materials used are various types of wires, gypsum, papier masse, acrylic adhesives varnish.

Andreas Psarakos was born in Velo Korinthias. He began painting lessons with Vrasidas Vlachopoulos as a teacher. He studied at Vakalo School, having Vaggelis Dimitreas and Yiannis Valavanidis as teachers. He also studied at the German School of Graphic Arts and followed the plant colours’ study programme (Crete) on a state scholarship while he was making large dimension posters for theatre shows.
He has made 13 solo exhibitions and participated in many group exhibitions.

His art can be found in many private collections in Greece and abroad

Andreas Psarakos prefers the intense colors that refer to pop art and have playful, joyful mood. Free from any sense of seriousness, exonerated towards the purity of his inspiration, he creates works that take us back to the era of innocence.
Bicycles, umbrellas, figures, cars, a summer hat, a pair of flip flops, scenes from the beach life, familiar animals, cars, school coaches, trees, boats and other favorite items become his protagonists. He places them in vibrant environments of explosive colors, in clear skies, foamy seas, green natures.