The Painter-Scenographer Nikolas Klironomos,born in Athens in 1954, studied at the ASFA on a Greek State scholarship,painting under P.Tetsis and stage design under V. Vassiliadis (1974-1980). Degree in Painting after award and praise, specialization in Scenography with stage award ’80 and full circle of Theoretical, 1975 – 1980.
Postgraduate studies on an ASFA scholarship (Mika Skouze Bequest) at Berlin’s Hochschule der Kunste under Hermann Bachmann.
Degree in Harmony from the Hellenic Conservatory of Athens under Giannis Spyropoulos, 1980.
Prize Pericles Byzantios ‘81, three-year postgraduate Greek State scholarship, ΄85 – ‘88, selected in a UNESCO competition as a Greek participation of Greece in an international competition in Paris 1992.
Rich work of art with 29 solo exhibitions and more than 100 participations in group exhibitions in Greece and abroad with references to it by important Art Historians, Critics and Art Books.
Worked in private and higher education from 1985-2021. Lecturer currently at the University of West Attica in the Department of Interior Architecture.
The chromatic tensions in his work, with evident influences from German expressionism, are combined with poetic and surrealist elements.
Created a series of works related to the first 18 years of the composer Mikis Theodorakis entitled “His childhood… a journey” presented by him at the Ekfrasi Art Gallery in Athens, 2007.
Design of sets, costumes, lighting for theatrical performances with recent collaborations with the V. & M Theocharakis Foundation for the Arts, design of educational (Pedagogical Institute) publications as well as artistic objects as business-artistic gifts.
His works exist in Public and Private collections Museums and in the Greek Parliament. Permanent installation entitled Take off in the sculpture park of Skironeio Center of Kifissia. He is a member of the Board of the Skironeio Museum of Polychronopoulos.
He lives with his family and works in Athens.