Zeiko Duka

Zeiko Duka

Location: Greece

Hello everyone,
I would like to introduce myself as an Artist.
I’m Georgian born London-Athens based contemporary artist.
As artists, we are often told to take every opportunity that comes our way.
Me, as an artist, have many memories; I remember a photo that I'm 8-month-old, with paint brushes in hand.
I grew up in the artistic family, so it was not difficult to find tools for painting. nevertheless no one is required, I was the one who always looked for painting.
From the beginning, I was more interested in man and human life, something that continues to this day. I remember my first exhibition, was young artists exhibition up to 18, I was the youngest who took part, only 6 years old. This was the beginning of the way as an artist.
On the way I discovered that apart from painting attracts me a lot the mathematic. Just this was the reason that I studied architecture; but I never stopped being an active painter.
My art is evolving incessantly.
As I love always to discover something new, that's why I have different ways of expressing at my artwork.
One of this is Figurative Abstract, which gives me ability to bring out my inner feeling in a very unique way. All things appear to us in the shape of forms. Even in metaphysics ideas are expressed by forms.
Also, I will be sharing my artwork, that shows both technical skill and is able to tell a story or communicate a message/emotion.
I would love to hear your point.
Thank you



I illustrate human life, which is my biggest inspiration, but not in the truest of forms, can be classified as abstract art. This is a real product of radical thought. Every object on the canvas or paper is represented as either colors and or shapes. A simple shape on the painting can do many wonders, might augment the shape with some simple exaggerations. Sometimes, the shape is scaled down to produce the effect I wants. The colors on the images represent emotions and shapes symbolize objects.

Abrazame “Abrazame”

A hug is an amazing thing. It’s just the perfect way. To show the love we’re feeling. But can’t find the words to say….
Never wait until tomorrow to hug someone you could hug today, because when you give one, you get one right back your way.
There is something about you that I may never be able to express in these mere words. But someday, when we are sitting beside a window, on a calm evening, in most beautiful silence, with you leaning back on my chest, inside my arms. A breeze shall carry a song which has every word I always wanted to say etched in it and touch you gently. And I shall hug you more tightly while you hear every single word, and I shall see every spell of mine turning you into beautiful magic.

Historia de un amor “Historia de un amor ”

To wrap up the idea of 'Parade's End' in a sentence or two, I would say it's a love story in which we see a man with woman, and we know what's attractive about them. And we know why and what they feel. When it is real person, especially who means so much to millions of people, you have an obligation, you cannot take liberties, you cannot pretend to know. Life is one big love story with hundreds of little love stories within it. Only love saves our planet!!!!!

Sahara “Sahara”

At the Sahara, the seats are banked and most of the audience is looking down at the stage. The people want to idealize a something. For me, it depends only on the script, the part I'm doing, and the people around me. It could be in Greenland or the Sahara. I don't care.

Rider “Rider”

The human body is a steed that goes freest and longest under a light rider, and the lightest of all riders is a cheerful heart. Success is like a wild horse. If we do not know how to handle it, it will throw us off and look for another rider who can handle it well.

Danza Kuduro “Danza Kuduro”

I inspired from the famous song of Don Omar with same name. I guess spinning all the way around, we will never know your limits until push our self to them. Sometimes the best thing that we can do is not think, not wonder, not imagine, not obsess. Just dance, will work out for the best.

Those were the days “Those were the days”

I think that right now, the global political crisis that we see all over the place has to do with virulent nostalgia. Everywhere, people are talking about taking us back to the good old days. But we can't go back and many of us wouldn't want to go back even if we could. Forget about what you used to do. Don't make those same mistakes again. Everybody says, "Oh the good old days" - the good old days are right this second! This moment controls the next moment.