We love visiting art galleries. We enjoy taking our time with the pieces that speak to us and we like to ensure that we have a vibrant experience overall apart from just buying the art piece we love. We recently discovered Kappa.art.gallery in Potos in Thassos island and we are delighted to announce their new Kappa.art.gallery opening in the popular Cycladic island of Paros In Paroikia.Kappa.art.galleries are open during the summer season (May /October) and present well known and new promising Greek artists, graduates of Fine Art Academy. In the galleries you will be able to meet all forms of art : Painting, Sculpture, Ceramic, Constructions, Photography and Jewellery. Kappa.art.gallery always communicates art either from Athens (+306974892936) or through social media and by taking part in International Art Fairs. Each work is unique and is always accompanied by Certificate Of Authenticity. The shipping costs are free of charge for the customer . . . Υou can follow Kappa.art.gallery on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/Kappa.art.gallery/ https://www.instagram.com/kappaartgallery/
This post is a place for jewellery lovers who want to give their jewellery box a touch of Greek designers’ sparkle. I am going to share with you my favourite pieces from their collection but I am sure you will be delighted to see all their work on their official pages which I am back-linking to.
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In 2015 Jamie Oliver visited Ikaria, also spelled Icaria, a Greek island in the Aegean Sea. That visit was part of his research into the important role of the food people eat in longevity. The residents of the island are known for their longevity and their nutritional habits.
During his visit he tasted local cuisine and specialities such as fried mullet, herb pie, pumpkin pie and broad beans with fennel.
According to an Ancient Greek myth, the gods and goddesses had their sandals made on the beautiful island of Crete by a gifted sandal maker who enriched each pair with magical powers. Famous for having made the flying sandals for Hermes, the sandal maker also embellished them with his personal signature… a “golden wing” buckle.
Greek mountain tea is also known as Sideritis, literally meaning someone who is made of steel. It is a flower plant and was traditionally used in herbal medicine. Nowadays, it is widely used in the winter as herbal tea.