Dimitri Tsouris

Born Nicosia, Cyprus 1946, is a full time visual artist for the last 33 years. His main body of work is inspired from traditional Greek Orthodox iconography and the notion of ‘presence’, which he continues to employ within his own modern icons and abstract work.

Other inspiration comes from his work in Cyprus as an archaeological illustrator for the Department of Antiquities, University of Cyprus Archaeological Dept, University of Oxford, Prof. Vassos Karageorghis and other archaeologists and universities.

A visual artist working in oils primarily, and other mediums.
Painting – Drawing
Has been tutor/teacher on many aspects of the arts and creativity

Lives and works in both Cyprus and England

iStorm Gallery, Exeter. 2010
The Studio, Exeter. 2012
Exeter Open Studios. 2010
The Gallery, Tavistock. 2008
LICC, London, 2006

Touring Programme, ‘Contemporary Iconography’, English cathedrals & abbeys.

Truro cathedral
Exeter cathedral
Gloucester cathedral
Bristol cathedral
Tewksbury Abbey
Southwell Minster
Winbourne Minster
Worcester cathedral
Wells cathedral
Hereford cathedral

Tewksbury Abbey, UK. 2005
St. Nicolas Church, UK. 2006

Also exhibited abroad:

Study and Academic profile:
Professional visual artist since 1980
Education: Bournville School of Art, Ruskin Hall, Birmingham, England
Exhibitor and teacher of art at Christian Artists Seminar, Holland, 1997-2010
University of Exeter, UK-first year of MA degree in
Classics and & Ancient History, Material Culture. -2004
A member of the Institute of Professional Designers
A member of the International Society of Artists

Country:United Kingdom
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