Kleopatra Moursela lives and works in Athens Greece.
She works as an assistant Professor in Athens School of Fine Arts in Athens, Greece.
She studied Interior Design, Stage Design and Graphic Arts and she continued her studies in visual arts, painting and engraving.
She attended at Edinburgh College of Art Herriot Watt University.
And she completed a two years Master Degree in Visual Arts.
Synthesizes the outer and inner world
As far as my artwork is concerns, entails Geometric Structures that develop symmetrically or heterogeneously images of a multifaceted reality, dynamic rectangles with references to algebraic and mathematical equations. Colored Squares, quadrilaterals and interrelated shapes which form images of a multifaceted reality, a visual alternative to the world. Challenging and harmonious color combinations, balanced with interconnected structural shapes, in a rhythmic relationship of subtle color levels. Colored surfaces bounded by fine linear, which define a spatial articulation that is revealed and spread.
An interaction of emotions, memory, senses, a secret immersion in the forces of nature and existence. While the absoluteness and purity of geometry coexist with the emotional intensity of abstract art.
Currently one of my main mediums are watercolors, its immediacy, sensitivity, transparency and opacity are the main characteristics that inspires me.