Female Artists Cyprus

“Be inspired by imaginary works – communicate through art creations.”

Penelope Constantinou December 4, 2010

Filed under: Artists,Classes — costantia @ 12:48 pm


Penelope was born in Nicosia, Cyprus in 1960.She studied painting in the Academy of Fine Arts of Florence in Italy. She was taught by the professor Fernando  Farulli.

During her studies she also attended History of Art, Etching, Art Restoration, Pedagogy, Design, Graphic Arts, Artistic Anatomy of the Human body and Photography.

She did further Art courses in the USA where she showed her work as well. She has exhibited from 1987 in Cyprus and abroad and has staged many group and solo exhibitions.

Her paintings exist apart from Cyprus and Greece, in almost all countries of Europe, in USA, Middle East and Australia in both private and state collections.

After many years of residing in the USA Penelope returned to Cyprus to stay and continues her career exhibiting her Art work, doing portraits, wall paintings and teaching  Art at her Art Studio.

Apart from painting Penelope worked in Theatre, Stained Glass and  Illustrations. She is a member of the Cyprus Chamber of Fine Arts, Member of the Cyprus Professional Artists Association and FITA – Females In The Arts Cyprus.

She keeps a permanent show at her Art Studio and her Art is available for sale.

Penelope Constantinou

Art & Design Studio Ltd

5A Antrou Street

2028 Strovolos,

Nicosia (Between Areteion Hospital and Flower shop EDEM).

email: Penelope.painter@yahoo.gr

Tel: 99223929


2 Responses to “Penelope Constantinou”

  1. Tatiana Says:

    Love your work, Penelope! Tatiana

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