Mgr. art. Achilleas Sdoukos
Born on March 8th , 1985 in Bratislava.
2004 - 2008 School of Applied Arts of Josef Vydra in Bratislava
–design and wood carving
2008 - 2010 Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava
– Studio of glass artwork under the academic sculptor V. Oravec
2010 - 2013 Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava
– Sculpture, Object, Installation under the academic sculptor J. Hoffstädter
His mother is Slovak and his father is Greek; starting in his childhood, he has been constantly travelling between central Europe and the Balkans. Greek mythology, nature, music and technology are unlimited sources of inspiration for him. Achilleas‘ artwork reflects manual skill, eye for detail and desire to discover. He presents the viewer with aesthetical emotion towards the artwork as well as functional design solutions with added value. Each of his objects is a bright flash, which opens the door to imagination and allws us to dream of a world without boundaries.
greek mythology / nature / technology / music
Look inside a glass for a minute
You will discover everything in it: from a mirror to the bottom of a swiftly flowing river. You will discover the eyes of an unknown beauty, but also her tears and flowing hair, you will see a part of some myth which reminds you of something.
Glass has an unexpected ability to create emotions and is the most natural „relative“ of light. Together, they can create unexpected moments and in each moment, it seems that something new is being born, which has the ability to influence our imagination.
These are the beautiful moments of design that never grow old. Walkthrough antique shops, churches, look into various cases and you will find out – glass never grows old. Its design has a wonderful ability to go through time and always offer a new experience.
Mom and Son
they have a lot in common and at the same time they are also a unique expression of two individual creative concepts that live their own inner life.
In mutual cooperation they realize exhibition and interior projects where glass and painting on canvas support each other.