Artist's Palette

Celebrating Greek Light and Harmony!

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Titika works primarily with coloured pencils. She is a member of IGOR (International Guild of Realism), of CPSA (Colored Pencil Society of America), of AUSCPA (Australian Society of Colored Pencil Artists), and the UKCPS (United Kingdom Coloured Pencil Society).

She says, “Having been born on an island I have always been drawn to the sea and everything about it. Naturally, many of my paintings have evolved around all things marine.

“I love water and I draw immense pleasure from painting it. I’m mostly obsessed with the transparency of the shallow waters, the distorted patterns of pebbles and the reflections of light on the water surface. I’m mesmerised by the way the bright sun plays with the waves, causing endless reflections and refractions

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