Aliki obtained her Masters of Fine Art and her Masters in Art History at University of California Irvine. She is interested in the human condition and examines these relationships in her work.
With a background in art history and a strong skill set in realism, Aliki is always challenging her work in the direction of abstraction. Her artistic approach is to solve visual problems as they occur organically in the painting process.
She is committed to the community through her continual philanthropy and has a passion for helping others reaching their goals. Currently she is Board Chair at Access Gallery. A non-profit whose objective is to engage the community by opening doors to creative, educational and economic opportunities for people with disabilities to the arts.
I show my work at Niza Knoll Gallery link: