Dimitra Lampretsa studied the paleontological collection of bones in the Museum of Natural History and created a series of works for the bear that used to live in the caves of Almopia thousand of years ago.

The bear cave in the environment of Almopia

Mixed media (acrylic, pastel, paper glued on canvas),121Χ90

The bear of caves

Powder-acrylic, paper glued on wood, acrylic,250Χ100

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality

Charcoal on paper glued on wood, 1 piece (215x90 cm)

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality -1

Pencil on paper glued on wood,29,5Χ21

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality -2

Pencil on paper glued on wood,29,5Χ21

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality -3

Pencil on paper glued on wood,29,5Χ21

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality -4

Pencil on paper glued on wood,29,5Χ21

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality -5

Pencil on paper glued on wood,29,5Χ21

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality -6

Pencil on paper glued on wood,29,5Χ21

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality -7

Pencil on paper glued on wood,29,5Χ21

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality – 8

Pencil on paper glued on wood,29,5Χ21

Design studies of local bear skeleton of Almopia Municipality -9

Pencil on paper glued on wood,42Χ29,5