Acrylics and pen on paper in black frame with black passepartout.
Framed 40 x 40 cm.


Title of work: 'breakthrough'
Series: The (hero) series, 2020
Artist: Irene Vergitsi
Medium: Acrylics and pen on paper in black frame with black passepartout. Dimensions: 25 x 25 cm | Framed 40 x 40 cm
Signature: Hand-signed, lower right.
Edition: This is a unique work.
Certificate of authenticity: This work includes certificate of authenticity hand-signed by the artist.
Giftbox packaging option: Available at checkout.

Part of the (Hero) Series: 
An ode to all the inconspicuous heroes that live among us. A series of superhero masks ready to be worn by everyone! Everyone is in need of a hero and everyone needs to be the hero. The titles of the paintings are the first names of the people behind the masks, and the parenthesis included in the title enhances the secrecy of their hidden identities.

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About the Artist

Irene Vergitsi

A Greek-born artist with a distinctive detailed way of painting. Drawn entirely by hand, her paintings have been often described as painted embroideries. Irene Vergitsi is no stranger to the creative field. She has been named a “creative chameleon” and has tackled 2D and 3D techniques in mosaic and ceramics, digital print, illustration, product design, animation, and fashion textiles. With a vast experience over 15 years, her incongruous intertwining geometrical shapes and lines form her identity and express her ‘out-of-the-box’ way of thinking.

Irene Vergitsi is represented exclusively by Mamush Gallery since January 2019.