Category Archives: Encaustic Art

Inhale: The Divine Gift – Artist Interview

Inhale Artist Interview

Arts reporter Chris Virtue from Eastside FM 89.7 spoke to me on the Opening Night of my Encaustic Wax Art Exhibition, Inhale: Receiving the Divine Gift.

This November, Artereal Gallery in Rozelle presents the second exhibition of a trilogy by multi-disciplinary artist and psychotherapist Noula Diamantopoulos. The exhibition, entitled Inhale: Receiving the Divine Gift, seeks to examine our awakening and arrival on the planet. It follows the artist’s preliminary exhibition, Breathing Space, which sought to explore...
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Inhale: The Divine Gift – Exhibition Review

Exhibition Review

Lisa Kirstistuen and Hanna Sundquist from Eastside FM 89.7 wrote an Exhibition Review on my Encaustic Wax Art Exhibition Inhale: Receiving the Divine Gift.

“0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34… You might think we are just writing random numbers, but in fact these are the Fibonacci numbers that appear in biological settings such as branching in trees, the fruit sprouts of a pineapple and the flowering of an artichoke. The numbers are also...
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Inhale: Evening of Art and Meditation

Sydney Social

My first meditation event, Inhale: From Meditation to Manifestation was an evening of Art and Meditation, and featured on Sydney Social 101.

On Tuesday night Artereal Gallery was completely transformed – hosting Inhale: From Meditation to Manifestation. A completely free event, From Meditation to Manifestation brought together more than 40 like-minded Sydney-siders to explore the benefits of meditation in a workshop with exhibiting artist Noula Diamantopoulos. Learning how to shut off from the outside world and the take a...
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How To Find Inner Space

How To Find Inner Space

I was featured and photographed by The Inner West Courier in their Tuesday November 4th 2014 publication.

A daily meditation session with her Cavoodle Leonardo is a far cry from the hectic, face-paced lifestyle Noula Diamantopoulos led as a corporate executive in the oil and gas business. But about 20 years ago, as she was catapulting along a steep career path and travelling all over the world, she woke up and thought “What am I...
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