We were there for about a year - three month, then a break of three months in Israel and Turkey, then a final six months before heading off to settle in Tz'fat, Israel. Because we had thought to make
Greece our home - we fell in love with it honestly, those months and days were precious to us. We squeezed the goodness from each day. I had a show at the old schoolhouse in the little town of Naousa, in the north of the island. the best of the show was unfortunately not photographed - before the days of digital archives (or more likely I just hadn't caught up) I'm including quite a few of the drawings I did in Greece. I think that they provide something of a portrait of the time.
|the bay of Naousa
|chapel in Parikia (watercolor)
|a view toward the sea
|Poet by the sea
|donkey, two goats, dovecote
|tree with view of Kolumbithes