Painting by mouth
Kyriakos Kyriakou was a very athletic person and played rugby. At the age of 15 he had a dive accident which left his hands and feet paralyzed. During his rehabilitation in the hospital he started painting with his mouth. He attended a private art school and later took private lessons. In 1979 he was awarded a scholarship by the AMFPA Association. Two years later he became a full member of the Association. His creative work reflects the two spheres of life of Kyriakos Kyriakos. On the one hand, the Aegean archipelago is a predominant factor in its works. It often depicts the blue boats that are projected from the white coast. On the other hand, he likes to paint the English countryside with lakes and rivers as well as typical old English villages and cities with their red houses. Mostly he uses oil paint for his work. Kiriakos Kyriakou has participated in many exhibitions in Cyprus and in the Great Britain.
Member of the MFPA since 1981.
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