15 Dec DORA ELIOPOULOU-ROGAN – PhD. In History of Art – Art Critic
“Greatly inspired in presence and texture the compositions of the painter constitute selected spaces where fruit transubstantiate into flowers, in the same way as any kind of pots-vases turn into receptacles of souls, constantly exploding. Mirrors turn into transmitters and receivers of sensual and simultaneously intellectual reflections while, any kind of walls turn into flexible, moving curtains par exellence that reced ingeniously, until they abolish themselves from the powerfully explosive colour.
Lit in the range of an essential phychism, Tournikioti’s works stand out freshly, susceptible to a different interpretation each time, surprising and charming us to our innermost depths. A charm which in an absolute connection with the vibration of colour and the movement of the trace energises our psychism with an intermediary intellectual presence in its material varation. A presence that establishes the artist’s work, irrevocably, potential “Archetypes” of the ingredients of the cosmogony as such in an inspired visual incarnation par excellence”.