A word about my technique:

The unique luminosity and sense of depth present in my images are achieved by a technique I have developed over time. The entire process is done on camera; no computer manipulation is involved.
Starting with a Black & White film, i move into creating different layers of color film which I then hand-paint and shoot through layers of thick glass.
This process results in richness and singular luminosity. The end product is a chromogenic print  or an Archival pigment print.
Chromogenic prints or Archival pigment prints of hand-painted  film.
Print sizes:26X36  and 36X52

Pavlina Ecclesiarhou was born and raised in Thessaloniki, Greece. She majored in Classics and English at Aristotle University Thessaloniki and continued her studies in England, where she completed a Masters degree in Theoretical Linguistics. She then moved to the US and studied photography at Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara. She currently lives in San Francisco, CA.

SFMOMA Artists Gallery, SF, CA
Themes & Projects by Modernbook  Gallery, SF, CA

2018: Solo Exhibit Themes & Projects Gallery SF

2017: SFO  Airport Museum
2016: Gala awards,  Bienal , Berlin, Germany
2014: Group: WPGA  Biennial, Malaga, Spain
2013: Group: Kavafy/ Aerides museum. Athens, Greece
2010: Joyce Elaine Grant Photography Exhibition
2009: Group: Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition
2007: solo: Portfolio Show C4FA , Fort  Collins, Colorado
2006: solo: Waterscapes,  SFMOMA, Caffe Museo
2003: solo: Traces, Photosynkyria Museum of Photography, Thessaloniki, Greece

2015: GALA: Julia Margaret Cameron award
2013: WPGA award
2012: Pollux award
2010: Nominated for SFMOMA SECA award
2007: Center for Fine Art photography portfolio award
2006: Verve Fine Arts Gallery, Finalist
2001: IPA: International Photography Awards, LA, CA
1999: PDN: Self Promotion Award