The artist’s three-year-old granddaughter Amelia provided the inspiration for this series of children paintings, which was created during the summer of 2004 at the seaside village of Siviri in Chalkidiki, Northern Greece. The complete collection entitled ‘Amelia 2004’ was exhibited at Casa Bianca in Thessaloniki in May 2005. The official exhibition catalogue was published by the Municipal Art Gallery of Thessaloniki.

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Amelia on the verandah, 2004, oil on masonite, 40x32cm

 

Amelia and her ball, 2004, oil on masonite, 52x46cm

 

Amelia putting her shoes on, 2004, oil on masonite, 40x33cm

 

The gang, 2004, oil on panel, 110x85cm

 

Someone left this spot…, 2004, oil on panel, 35x24cm

 

Amelia on the verandah, 2004, oil on panel, 85x74cm

 

Amelia and Anastasia, 2004, oil on panel, 110x85cm

 

 

 

 

Amelia and her white hat, 2004, oil on masonite, 33x24cm

 

Amelia and Anastasia, 2004, oil on panel, 52x46cm

 

Amelia and her mother on an afternoon stroll, 2004, oil on panel, 52x25cm

 

Going to the sea, 2004, oil on masonite, 41x33cm

 

Amelia’s summer meal, 2004, oil on masonite, 40x32cm

 

Amelia and her mother, 2004, oil on panel, 74x85cm

 

Amelia and Anastasia, oil on panel, 2004, 85x74cm

 

Amelia and Anastasia, 2004, oil on panel, 46x41cm

 

Amelia in the armchair, 2004, oil on panel, 85x55cm

 

Life on the verandah, 2004, oil on panel, 33x24cm

 

Amelia and her mother, 2004, oil on panel, 85x55cm

 

Amelia and her ball, 2004, oil on panel, 46x30cm

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