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Michael Stervinou

Born in: 1982


A French painter, Michael Stervinou was born on 31st October, 1982 in Bucharest, Romania. After studying international business at Université Rennes 2, he worked in the aviation industry. While he lives in Upper Normandy, he taught himself to paint and discovered a passion for acrylic. He completed his first work in 3 days. Michael Stervinou quickly developed a very personal style. Michael Stervinou gives a lot of importance to the balance in each of his work "I like it when it's beautiful to look at and sparkles". Paris, a city with several artistic influences, is also a source of inspiration for him. Through his work, Michael Stervinou wishes to depict the ideal life. According to him, art is a love story, and anyone can appreciate it. He paints with bare hands, or palette knives, spatulas, sponges...He likes to work in a musical environment (opera, jazz...), a source of inspiration. In 2009, Michael Stervinou was discovered at Louvres, and offered him to exhibit at the Carrousel du Louvre. In 2010, when he tried his luck in Los Angeles, he met the stylist Amy Marie Goetz at an event. Both of them had a passion for art, and decided to work together and organize an event to present their own creations. Even today, the two artists work on common projects. In 2014, he presented his work during the « Spectrum Art Show », an international contemporary art exhibition in Miami. Michael Stervinou also exhibited in New York.
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  • Painting

  • Painting Portrait

  • Painting Art brut

  • Painting Acrylic

  • Romanian Artist

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