Dimitra Klironomou lives Corfu Greece.
She began her lessons in painting in 1999 beside the fine artist Markos Banos in Acharavi Corfu.
From 2001-08 she studied and graduated with honours from the Arts School of Corfu, having teachers such as Melina Grammenou, Spiros Alamanos and the sculptor Eva Karidi. The years 2004-05 she followed the acouarella class that given by the acouarellist Natalie Konstanti.
In 2015 graduated with Distinction, for her Diplpma in Drawing and Painting, from the London Art College in
Lancaster England with teacher the artist Paul Weaver.
She has received an Award from the Circle World Art Foundation "Artist of the year" for her visual work "Erotic" in 2018.
She has received an honorary participation for her poem "Echo" from the Panhellenic Union of Writers in the poetry competitions of Delphi in 2018.
She was honored from the Panhellenic literary competition of the "Alkyonides" Society of Speech and Art for her poem "Mikri Istoria" in 2017
She took first prize at the "InterArtia Festival" (in the painting category) August 2015
He has been awarded by the Association of Greek Writers in the institution "Honoring young authors" in 2008
She has also been awarded by the Parnassos Philological Association for her visual artwork "Woman in the Light" in 2007.
Her works have been included in the American International Dictionary of Artist 2011
Her art work "One Way" has been included in the literary book by Christos Korfiatis."Corfu, from where it rises to where it sinks"
In 2017, she worked as an art teatcher at ΚΔΑΠ (Center for children's creative activities) Municipality Esperion Corfu.
She was also the coordinator and at the art teaching in the exhibitions, hosted at the Corfu Municipality Art Gallery in 2015 - 2016 - 2017 with the titles "Painting for the return of the Parthenon marbles" "A painting for refugees" and "Poetry and Color" held by the young students of the cultural clubs "Acharavis Women's Association"- "Arillas Cultural Initiative" as well as "Karousadon Art Workshop".
In 2018, a group exhibition of the children under her teaching was held at the Folklore Museum of Acharavi Corfu.
In 2019, an original project entitled "Emotions through sound and color" was carried out with the cooperation of the Thinalia Philharmonic of Corfu. In this project, the young students of the art classes, painted in front of the audience nine of the emotions under the well-known musical pieces.
In 2021, the second project with the young students took place, with the title, "The Little Prince meets the dream world of Engonopoulos and Van Gogh. An illustration by our young artists developed live in front of the audience along with excerpts from Little Prince tale as well as moments from the life of the Engonopoulos and Van Gogh.
She has designed the posters of the theatrical performances ¨Ecclesiastics of Aristophanes - Peace of Aristophanes -
She has designed the costumes for the film 'Lysistrate of Aristophanes' by the theater group of the Acharavi Women's Cultural Association of Corfu, directed by Kostas Loukas.
She has also edited the costumes of the theatrical performances
¨Churchwomen by Aristophanes - Who Discovered America by Chrysa Spiliotis - 8 women are accused by Robert Thomas as well as for the children's film "Haunted Town" For the group of the Acharavi Women's Cultural Association of Corfu, directed by Kostas Loukas.
She has in to her credit theatre scenography constructions for adults and children theatrical plays
She is a member of Portrait Society Of America 'Unesco' Piraeus and islands, Municipal Regional Theatre
and former member of EIKE (Corfu Visual Association) and Ionian Theatre.
...Her realistic style and colourful tones characterize her work. Her main themes are the woman’s body and face. She aims to capture the look and mood by making faces “speak” through peace, love and anger which are depicted in her work. The mystic language she tries to convey to the art lovers leaves him/her to fulfill the image with him/her own personal taste.
…paintings of Dimitra Klironomou have a playful mood, with faces and bodies alive, realistic, speaking their own languages. Behind the gestures hiding a puzzle, behind the colors a feeling that is difficult but so delightful to guess.
Marina Mavromichali Corfu Gallery curator.
Her art works are in the Corfu Art Gallery as well as in private collections in Greece and abroad.
Dimitra has been full time artist since 2007 and tutor for many art groups since 2010.