Nightmare of Violence

Nightmare of Violence by Katerina Apostolakou

Katerina Apostolakou lives in Sparta, Greece, where she was born and raised. She studied law at the University of Athens, and has worked as a lawyer. She is interested in psychology, philosophy, literature, and music. She has been painting for the last ten years. Through her art, Katerina explores elements of the unconscious and subconscious through expressionistic figures, which represent the condition of humanity and of the individual at the same time. The inner and social implications of being are both expressed through the symbolic personification of basic feelings such as fear, angst, desperation, love, need and other psychological categories. You can see more of her work here:

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