ARTISTVangelis Tzermias

VANGELIS TZERMIAS (1960)
Vangelis Tzermias was born in Neapoli of Crete

“The anarchic sea of Vangelis Tzermias with its dense untamed blue colour, worked with violent gestural brush strokes, is often a furious element where the imaginary ships of his inspiration are fighting”.

The blue of the sea, the intensity that conveys the movement of ships in the foam and the battle of the mast with the wind are exploited allegorically and worked with poetic mood at the painting works of Vangelis Tzermias, giving to the traditional theme of seascapes new life with strong expressionistic mood.

Paintings, travel us on sea roads urging us to see the world from another angle between earth and sky. The artist’s ships are sailing sometimes calmly and sometimes to hostile sea.

Biography

He studed painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts – ASFA (1980-1985) with Professors D. Mytaras and E. Dekoulakos, two of Greece’s most prominent artists and academics.

Public Collections

Athens School of Fine Arts, National Bank of Greece,
General Bank of Greece, Athinais, Centre for Contemporary
Art at Rethimnon, Aegean Museum, Chania
Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Florina, Viannos Art Gallery,
Greek- British Chamber, Museum of Cretan Ethnology,
Moschandreou Art Gallery, Municipality of Marousi, Municipality
of Kallithea, and in many private collections in Greece and abroad.

Vangelis Tzermias currently lives and works at Markopoulo of Attiki, Greece

“The anarchic sea of Vangelis Tzermias with its dense untamed blue colour, worked with violent gestural brush strokes, is often a furious element where the imaginary ships of his inspiration are fighting”.

Vangelis Tzermias was born in Neapoli of Crete (1960)

The blue of the sea, the intensity that conveys the movement of ships in the foam and the battle of the mast with the wind are exploited allegorically and worked with poetic mood at the painting works of Vangelis Tzermias, giving to the traditional theme of seascapes new life with strong expressionistic mood.

Paintings, travel us on sea roads urging us to see the world from another angle between earth and sky. The artist’s ships are sailing sometimes calmly and sometimes to hostile sea.

Biography

He studed painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts – ASFA (1980-1985) with Professors D. Mytaras and E. Dekoulakos, two of Greece’s most prominent artists and academics.

Public Collections

Athens School of Fine Arts, National Bank of Greece,
General Bank of Greece, Athinais, Centre for Contemporary
Art at Rethimnon, Aegean Museum, Chania
Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Florina, Viannos Art Gallery,
Greek- British Chamber, Museum of Cretan Ethnology,
Moschandreou Art Gallery, Municipality of Marousi, Municipality
of Kallithea, and in many private collections in Greece and abroad.

Vangelis Tzermias currently lives and works at Markopoulo of Attiki, Greece

Vangelis Tzermias presented the following solo exhibitions:

1988 “Ideogramms” TITANIUM Gallery, Athens, Greece
1994 “Ulysses landscapes” TITANIUM Gallery, Athens
1994 “Landscapes of the Past” Maria Platania Gallery,Zakinthos island
1995 “Landscapes of memory” Maria Platania Gallery,Zakinthos island
1998 “Tastement” TITANIUM Gallery , Athens
2000 “Ships portraits” Anny Balta Gallery, Thessaloniki
2001 OMMA Gallery, Chania Crete
2001 Bla Bla Gallery, Brussels
2002 “The Vision” Adam Gallery, Athens
2006 “Mataroa”, French Institute of Athens
2006 “Viewing” Red Gallery, Athens
2007 “Viewing” French Institute of Thessaloniki
2008 “Ships” Gaia Gallery, Piraeus Greece
2010 “Emigré” European Parliament, Brussels
2010 “Sailing” Art Privé Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
2011 “Wandering” Gysi Megaron Santorini island
2011 “Webs” GK Gallery, Athens
2011 “Adventures” Cube Gallery, Patra Greece
2012 “No Return” Institute Of Greek Culture, Berlin
2012 “Aegean Sea” Astir Pallas Vouliagmeni, Athens
2013 “Still Life” Theorema Gallery, Brussels