My work gives shape to the acknowledgment and acceptance of our tendency as human beings towards a constant movement, searching for interaction but also for identity, going through changes and transitions. As a consequence, I question any limit or boundary we create that obstructs our evolution in this journey towards the truth, our individual truth, or ultimate freedom.

From the basis of my belief in the power of the creative process of visual arts towards freedom of expression, transformation and awareness of a bigger spectrum, and ultimately to our growth as individuals, as an artist I’m involved in a wide range of art programs and community projects having a positive impact on my career and my life, and on those with whom I collaborate.
Lydia, I love the energy, the sense of motion. I see passion and rebirth and in mind at least hope at one moment and a sense of imbalance in our world. Very thoughtful and beautiful Dr. David Rosen
Thanks for your continuing hard work over the summer. It is a very difficult job and you always do it with a smile. Your “Teens” weeks were spectacular! Your efforts really paid off Carole Warfield, Executive Director,
Visual Arts Mississauga
Lydia, anything you teach the chilidren is so fantastic and they learn so much from you that even a short session would be welcome! Gail Liatsis, Mother of Emily Liatsis