Tatiana Boulos is a Lebanese, Greek abstract Artist and Graphic Designer. She was born in 1991 in Beirut, Lebanon. In 2013 she graduated from ALBA, Academie Libanaise des Beaux Arts and in 2014 from FDA, Florence Design Academy.
She now lives between Greece and Lebanon.
Tatiana’s compositions are formed through an intuitive process, along with feelings. Her inspiration comes from many sources, including experimental design, abstract expressionism, street art and typography.
Tatiana’s pieces stimulate the viewer’s emotions and imagination, enabling them to build their own interpretation.
I believe that art is a form of experimentation. It is a place where everything and nothing is possible. I love working with mixed media and discovering new ways of creating visualizations through collages, papers, acrylic, ink, pastels… When I create, I play.
I don’t believe anything I do should have a specific definition because when there’s no concrete reasoning behind it, it becomes real. Now I can fool you into thinking it’s all meticulously created, but in truth, painting is simply an emotional expression; it’s emotion on canvas.
Painting is feeling, and feeling gives it meaning. Every one of my paintings is therefore a reflection of my inner state of mind; it’s from the heart; genuinely me, at that time, in that space.