Angélique Tsantanis is a Greek-French artist. She began her career with a strong focus on abstract painting, moving later into the conceptual genre. Although born in France, Angelique spent her early childhood on the Cycladic island of Paros, in Aegean Sea.
In subsequent years, she has lived between both France and Greece. The distinctive light and rich colors of the Greek islands, along with the unique urban landscapes of continental Europe, provides the passion and inspiration for Angelique’s artwork.
Angélique’s interests are broad and her educational studies included Ancient Greek language, Greek and Roman Archaeology, the art of drawing and the history of archaeology. She earned her Masters degree in Archaeology in 2003 with a thesis on the iconography of Poseidon-Neptune across Greece, France and Germany.
Angélique’s art draws inspiration from the unique landscapes and culture of Europe and the Mediterranean, has been exhibited in numerous places. For a full overview of Angélique’s academic and artistic background, please download a copy of her CV. You can also connect with Angélique via Facebook or LinkedIn.