Magdalene Theocharis

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Personal details



Lady Magdalene Theocharis was born in 1954 in Lamia, Greece. She currently lives and works in Athens where she owns a private workshop.



Art studies 



Magdalene Theocharis has studied mosaic art for many years combining her theoritical grounding with the mastery of traditional and contemporary mosaic materials and techniques having mosaic artists, painters, sculptors, and mosaic conservators of high distinction as teachers.



Paticipation in exhibitions



Magdalene Theocharis has been actively participating in national and international visual arts exhibitions. in October 2000 she participated in the International Exhibition held by AIMC (Associazione Internazionale dei Mosaicisti Contemporanei) at the Franciscan monastery in Ravenna. In October 2002 she held her first personal exhibition entitled "Mosaic Art Throughout the Passage of Time" at the Town Gallery of Mykonos Island. This exhibition had a great success.



Awards



Magdalene Theocharis was twice awarded for her mosaic work by Parnassos Philological Society in Athens.



Current memberships 

Member of the Society of American Mosaic Artists (SAMA), S. Carolina, USA.

Member of the British Association of Modern Mosaic (BAMM), Exeter, UK.

Member of AIMC, Ravenna.

Member of the Society of Greek Mosaicists, Athens, Greece.



Current activities



Magdalene Theocharis is actively occupied with indoor and outdoor mosaic creations, decorations, applications and restoration, combining the traditional with the contemporary aspects of this art. For the time being, she is getting prepared for her second personal exhibition to take place in Athens.
 
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