Voula was born in Northern Greece and migrated to Australia with her family at the age of 12. Voula enjoyed drawing from a young age and as an artist has continued to study and develop her art and skills over a period of thirty years. Voula began to exhibit her work for the first time in 1994.
"Iconography is part of my Orthodox faith, and writing an Icon is an expression of my love for God and His goodness."
Previous exhibitions achievements and commissions
Exhibitions:2010 Two Sisters Exhibition
Group Exhibitions:2010 Icons Devotional Images East & West
2009 Iconography by Rita’s Friends’ Group
2007 Linden Postcard Show
2007 Incarnations The Uniting Church of Australia
2007 Churches of Christ the Light of Life
2006 Women’s Salon - Sister Ships, Counihan Gallery
2006 Uniting Church in Australia Icon Schools Network
2005 Women’s Salon - Future Vision, Counihan Gallery
2004 The Annual Sophia Mundi Art Exhibition
2003 Engraved Encaustic Iconography - Port Melbourne
2002 Peeling onions - Convent Gallery, Daylesford.
1998 Under Wraps - The State Gallery, Metro! Craft Centre.
1997 The Art of the Dance - Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre.
1997 The Fabricators - Mechanics Institute
1997 Diversity & Discovery - AMP Building Melbourne
1994 Melbourne Institute of Textiles Exhibition - Metro Craft Centre.
1994 Rotary Club of Preston Art Competition-1st Prize for City of Preston Resident Artist
2003 Antipodes Festival
Commissions:Moreland Community Health Service
Victorian Principals Association
Private collections - Byzantine Icons and Portraits.