Hi, I am Katerina Zisiadou; I was born and raised in Athens, Greece. At 4 years old I proudly announced – to anyone willing to listen – that I would become an artist when I grew up. The passion for creating new worlds with paint, colors, forms and textures on canvas never left me. However, I got sidetracked and studied Architecture instead.

In the late eighties a trip to Finland turned my life upside-down and downside-up: I moved to The Netherlands, got a second degree in Architecture and finally went to Art School. And, since then, I live here happily-ever-after with my husband and daughter.

I enjoy beautiful things, rich textures, pure, deep colors. Lately, I manage to appreciate the little, simple things of life more and more everyday. These simple things make the Greatness that surrounds us tangible.


13 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for subscribing to my blog, I love yours too and thanks for the link to the Halftone App. Just as well your day went the other way, it meant someone across the world is happily adding toonish ideas to my ‘appy snaps. Cheers Sue

  2. Hello Katerina,
    Thank you for subscribing to my blog. I am also signing up with your blog. Nice to meet you. Judy in Minnesota

    • Nice to meet you too, Judy! Thanks for subscribing.
      It looks quite cold where you live…
      Isn’t it Minnesota where the series ‘the little house on the prairie’ takes place?
      I guess a lot of people ask you this 🙂

  3. Thank you for your helpful and constructive suggestions, Katerina Zisiadou, and for your compliments and observations. They are much appreciated.

    SoundEagle will take the time to visit more of your blog later.

    SoundEagle would like to commend you on your candor, drive and vision in your beautiful blog.

    Happy February to you! May you have a new dawn and an even better beginning in 2013!

    SoundEagle hopes that you continue to do very well and find fulfillment in whatever you enjoy doing and savouring, especially through “inspiration and fascination – the joys and frustrations of creating stuff in atelier”.

    Cheers! 🙂

    Yours sincerely,

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