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George Sfougaras 2019 


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The Exhibition has now closed, but some of the work can be seen at Portsmouth Cathedral during October 2019. You can also read the project evaluation by clicking on the image above.


An exhibition of large works in iconic places within Leicester City: Leicester Museum, Leicester Cathedral and Curve Threatre. A major multimedia exhibition at LCB Lightbox Gallery.  Part of Journeys Festival International 10th to 30th August 2019. Examples of work shown below. Click on the images to enlarge.

An exhibition of new drawings, and mixed media works by George Sfougaras extending the artist's work into new print methods and materials, some animated though light and film.

'Recovered Histories' comments on shared human history, addressing change and reconciliation. Layers of meaning are created through the symbolic use of pattern and light, combined with artwork and archival materials from displaced families.

Several larger works can also be seen in Leicester Cathedral, Leicester New Walk Museum, The Curve Theatre, Leicester Print Workshop and several community centres and libraries in Leicester throughout the Journeys International Festival 10th - 30th August.

Work in progress on my pen and ink drawing, entitled: The Knight, Death and the Devil 2018 (after Durer). November 2018.

You can read a detailed description of this work on my blog by clicking on the above image. 

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George Sfougaras is the coordinator of the international Focus on Identity Collective. (Click on the logo below to be redirected).

Cultural Geography and History are significant sources of inspiration as well as broader global events at the intersection of politics, geography and religion. My current work explores lost histories with the outcomes expressed as paintings, pen and ink drawings, prints or books.

I tend to work in themes. In the 'Talisman Trilogy' I explore how time and cultural beliefs interact and evolve,  sometimes resulting in harmony and other times conflict. In the series the 'Songs from my Father' prints I allude to the state of the world, incongruously juxtaposing innocuous images with mass migration and human conflict. In 'Personal Maps', I explore how emotions, geography and history can be narrated and 'mapped' within the same piece of work, accruing several layers of meaning.

Some of my subjects are people and places that I have known or that speak to me on a spiritual level. I use materials which are of significance to the sitter and recently my works have objects concealed within the painting surface. 



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