Akis Vasilopoulos was born in 1967 in Patras, where he lives and works. His first teacher was his father, an established painter and one of the founding members of the “Kostis Palamas” Association of Fine Arts, with whom he took his first steps in painting.
He studied drawing under the guidance of painting professors Th. Drosos and K. Rigoukis.
In 1989, he joined the Athens School of Fine Arts, studying under the guidance of Morelis, Tesis, and others. From 1993 to 1995, he attended the “Art and Paint” program at Aglia University College in Cambridge.
In 1994, he held his first solo exhibition at the Lever Hellas gallery in Athens.
He followed with three more exhibitions in Patras in 1996, Pyrgos in 1996, and Mesolonghi in 1997.
Although he studied classical painting, his sensitivity, brushwork, and color harmony characterise him as a painter with maturity and Neo-Impressionist directions.
Akis builds a bright future with confidence and certainty. After all, he has the obligation to carry the name he inherited to greater recognition to the wider audience of art enthusiasts in Greece and abroad.
Akis Vasilopoulos presents his work with maturity, with his father George Vasilopoulos always by his side.
His works play with light and colors. His artistic creations impress viewers with their chromatic perfection and the form of his representations through light and truth. He is a member of the “Kostis Palamas” Association of Fine Arts in Patras.