Christ at His Second Coming, Acrylic on canvas, 2017
 
"Saint Porphyrios", Egg Tempera on board, 2016
 
Hodegetria, acrylic on wood, Santa Barbara, 2015
 
Jesus Christ the Merciful One, Acrylic on canvas, by Stamatis and Maxim, 2015
 
Saint Mardarije of Chicago and Libertyville by father Stamatis Skliris, august 2015.
 
Saint Sebastian of San Francisco and Jackson by father Stamatis Skliris, august 2015.
 
Theotokos of the Life-Giving Spring, Egg tempera on wood
 
Angels "Hello" Waving, 2015
 
St John Chrysostom, egg tempera on wooden board, 2015. Painted with God's help on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Special characteristics: The Saint is not watching us but the Holy Altar. His eyes are red reflecting fire. He is not smiling but ecstatically facing the awesome sacrifice. He is seeing something that we can not see. To the right of him is the Holy Chalice, and to the left is the Paten (Diskos) bearing the LAMB. Divine Communion is the Fire that burns.
 
St Nicholas of Myra with St Nicholai of Žiča and St Justin of Ćelije, egg tempera on wooden board, 2015/01/16 (owned by Aleksandar Radičević)
 
Saint Stephen the First Martyr, egg tempera on wooden board, 2014
 
Saint Georgios
 
Saint Dimitrios
 
Saint Euphrosynos the Cook, december 2014
 
Saint Panteleimon
 
Saint Kallisti - Inspiration

I often borrow elements from different artistic periods in the service of the icons I paint. This icon of St. Kallisti was ordered by someone in the Crimea. It was painted on Saturday 7 June 2014. Some people may not like it, but it may just be an authentic portrait.
 
St Mark, wall-painting, Ano Voula, 2014
 
The Second Coming, detail, Acrylic on canvas, 2014
 
The Second Coming, Acrylic on canvas, 2014
 
 
 
 
Christ Pantocrator, detail, St Nektarios Church, wall-painting, Ano Voula, Attiki, Greece 2014.
 
Christ Pantocrator, detail, St Nektarios Church, wall-painting, Ano Voula, Attiki, Greece 2014.
 
Christ Pantocrator, detail, St Nektarios Church, wall-painting, Ano Voula, Attiki, Greece 2014. This grandiose Pantocrator wall-painting was photographed from the scaffolding, and for this reason it is not seen in its entirety. Soon it will be available integrally on the Holyicon.org.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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