Greek Australian artist Paul Laspagis will showcase his new works in an exhibition entitled Paintings & Drawings - Interpretations of the Landscape & Figure
Greek Australian artist Paul Laspagis will showcase his new works in an exhibition entitled Paintings & Drawings - Interpretations of the Landscape & Figure.
Born in Limnos Greece in 1949, Paul migrated to Melbourne Australia 1957 where he has since lived. He studied at the National Gallery Art School with John Brack and Alun Leach-Jones and has painted and sketched consistently over the years and exhibits regularly.
The artist has an interest in making images from the man made environment, the human presence and the natural landscape. He looks for structure and order in transforming the ordinary and transient into flat formal monuments that give the illusion of solidity and permanence.
The exhibition is on now at Brightspace, 8 Martin Street, St Kilda, and will run until 29 July. For more information visit www.paullaspagis.com
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