The only home I ever had

By collecting pebbles and simply responding to each one’s shape and mood while reflecting on Patrick Leigh Fermor’s book “Mani – Travels in the Southern Peloponnese”, mini stone sculptural compositions emerged. Following a minimalistic, almost primitivistic approach this project lies in a beloved place where I used to spend the summers of my childhood. The compositions blend the architecture, textures, shapes, colours and even senses encountered when physically being in the area.

Binding elements

Nothing but light, stone and sea

Ossuary of the rock

Coastal view

Marmoreal world of stones

Ashy olive leafs that tingle under the bursting sun

Within the rocks, a rambling sun

Nighttime in the terrace