Artist and author Andreas C. Chrysafis recently announced that his entire collection of paintings is now being reproduced and marketed globally by ArtPal, an online art dealer platform. The paintings are sold as canvas prints, fine paper prints, and also on special mugs, which brings to mind gift shopping, as unique and special Christmas gifts or for any other occasion! The originals remain available to art collectors. Just visit www.artpal.com/chrysafis.
Hellenic TV in the UK just broadcasted a lengthy interview with Chrysafis about his artwork, published books and other public activities on November 13 and 15.
As described in ArtPal, Chrysafis is a prolific social artist, a published author, a writer of many articles and a recognized Saatchi artist. His paintings touch the human soul but also generate mental stimulation and are sold to collectors worldwide. He held a number of solo exhibitions and his inspiring work has been attracting attention in the art world, the media and galleries throughout. One of his paintings, Karagiozis hangs at the prestigious National Cyprus Art-Folk Museum in Nicosia and N’oublie Pas Paris it’s displayed at the French Embassy Institute in Nicosia.
Chrysafis says, “Art nourishes the spirit and inspires artists to see things the way they are; and to see things the way they are not! Inspiration through art serves as a measure and a mirror image of a civilized society. It helps to propel nations to greater heights and lack of it truly oppresses the mind…Art reveals the true essence of things, but it also reveals truths that people wouldn’t otherwise see. Powerful art forms created by inspiring artists can move people by influencing behaviour, astonishment, as well as character. There are many examples of such influence starting from cave paintings, music, icons, statues and carvings produced by great artists of the past, but also of our times. They all share a common trait, as if they were driven by a divine inspiration to create or imitate what exists and what does not. One thing is for certain; the world would be a sad place without art!”