551 Tremont Street, #204 (Open Studios)
Boston, MA 02118
10 Fawndale Rd.
Boston, Massachusetts 02131
For artist Harikleia (Harriet) Kuliopulos, it all starts with color and light—evocative, beautiful, intriguing. “Painting, for me, is a visual meditation in form, color, and space. From the first strong impulse to the last consideration, it’s a response to the beauty of light moving over a form, illuminating the land or absent in shadow. This joyful, Impressionist rendering of what I see visually, as the color of light, connects to what I see inwardly—to memory, stories of people and place, to things deeply felt and understood.”
Harikleia lives in Boston and studied art at MassArt and the Museum School and was mentored by Cedric and Joanette Egeli, notable Provincetown painters and nationally known portraitists, from whom she learned to see color. She’s shown her work in galleries on the Cape and in juried group shows, and her paintings hang in collections in the U.S. and Europe.