• Project:Ave Maria (available)
    • Description:Twelve pieces. Each piece can be positioned in all directions providing an autonomous new theme. Dimensions: 0.72 x 0.96 (0.23 x 0.23 each). Created while listening to: Ave Maria (Brahms) & Bachianas Brasileiras No5.
    • Project:Island (owned by Nikolaos Zafranas, GR)
    • Description:Four pieces. The painting can be separated to three parts so that the main aspects remain united. Dimensions 0.30 x 1.20(0.30 x 0.30 each). Created while listening to: 8 island dances (Konstantinidis).
    • Project:Inspiration (available)
    • Description:Four pieces. There is autonomy per piece and all the pieces can be positioned in all directions. Dimensions 0.30 x 1.20(0.30 x 0.30 each). Created while listening to: Mozart Sonata K545 & K283.
    • Project:Libertango (owned by Irene Mavrou, GR)
    • Description:Four pieces. The painting can be separated in two parts. Dimensions 0.30 x 1.20(0.30 x 0.30 each). Created while listening to: Libertango & Poulenc.
    • Project:Winterreise (owned by Joyce Economou, GR)
    • Description:Dimensions: 1.00 x 1.20. Created while listening to Schubert’s Winterreise.
    • Project:Youkali (six upper pieces owned by Ioanna Konstantinidou, two bottom pieces owned by Marina Voulogianni and Varvara Mavridou, GR)
    • Description:Eight pieces. Each piece is autonomous and can be placed in all directions. Dimensions 0.48 x 0.96 (0.23 x 0.23 each). Created while listening to the tracks of Kurt Weill.
    • Project:Epoca (available)
    • Description:Six pieces. Each piece is autonomous and can be positioned in all directions. Dimensions: 0.50 x 2.40 (0.50 x 0.40 each). Created while listening to Tschaikowsky’s seasons.
    • Project:5 in a Row
    • Description: Stage Display
    • Project:Art Interconnection led by Nikolaos Zafranas
    • Description: The artist visualized the different music themes of each classical and modern music thematic of the concert through different paintings that were displayed on the stage of Avlaia Theater in Thessaloniki (Greece) while the performances went on. Each day the relevant theme painting was lit and at the end of every show the audience visited the stage to experience all of the paintings from up close. Part of the show travelled to Athens