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Greek mythology on display in Sydney

The new collection of paintings by artist Diamando Koutsellis will be showcased at the Arthouse Hotel

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Athena, oil on canvas.

07 October 2014

Featuring a collection of paintings inspired by Greek mythology, the solo exhibition 'Mysticism' by Greek Australian painter Diamando Koutsellis will be hosted at the Arthouse Hotel, in Sydney, from 6 October to 7 November.

Koutsellis' investigation into Greek mythology looks at how ancient mythology can still be relevant in contemporary society.

"The mythology speaks of wins and losses, pains and joys and moments of change and transformation, all of which can lead to personal growth," the artist says.

"The meanings have to do with knowledge, wisdom, technology and the willingness to explore the unknown."

Diamando Koutsellis is a Sydney based multidisciplinary artist who works with paint, ceramic sculpture, public and community art.
She has worked extensively abroad and across Australia for over twenty years.

The exhibition is on from 6 October to 7 November, at the Arthouse Hotel, 275 Pitt Street, Sydney. For more information, contact (02) 9284 1200.

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