Konstantinos (Kostas) was born and raised in Patras, Greece. He studied at the Technical College of Patras and attended the State School of Fine Art in Athens, Greece. He continued his studies at the Lenbach Haus in Munich, Germany. He traveled around the world as a merchant marine until he came to the United States in 1985, where he settled in Norfolk, Virginia. He then relocated to Baltimore and currently resides in Street, Maryland. His work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and is included in private and corporate collections in the United States and Europe.
Collections/ Museums/ Corporations:
-Private Collection/ Museum of Mr. Basil Goulandris; Athens, Greece
-C&P Telephone Corporation; Baltimore, Maryland
-Hayworth Furniture Corporation; Washington, D.C
-The University of Maryland Medical Center; Baltimore, Maryland
-Fiore Winery; Pylesville, Maryland (wall mural)
-The Walking Company; Primm, Nevada (wall mural)
-Watch World; Crystal Mall, Virginia (wall mural)
-Union Station; Washington, D.C. (wall mural)
-Tysons Corner, Virginia (wall mural)
-Fish Out of Water, Baltimore City Commission for the Arts (3-D Installation)
Galleries: (partial listing)
-Demokritos Gallery; Athens, Greece
-Patras Center for the Arts; Patras Greece
-Wetherhold Gallery, Washington, D.C.
-Thistles Gallery, Lewes, Delaware
-Mitchel Baker Gallery; Baltimore, Maryland
-Savage Mill Art Gallery, Savage Mill, Maryland
-Harbor Court Hotel; Baltimore, Maryland
-Hardcastle Gallery; Centerville, Delaware
-Discovery Gallery; Bethesda & Rockville, Maryland
-Pearl Gallery; Baltimore, Maryland
-Diddywoops/ Keeffers Gallery, Monkton, Maryland
-HAA Gallery, Bel Air, Maryland
-Center for the Arts, Plein Air Festival and Competition (by invitation only), all pieces sold.
-State Capitol Building, Annapolis, MD - The Lowe Office Building, State Delegates offices
Chosen to exhibit by the Harford County Cultural Arts Board as one of two artists chosen for the term that the state senate is in session.
January - April 2016
-Oil Painters of America
-Harford Artists Association