Chrysanthe Kapuranis explores the duality of forms, often by merging abstract mark making with garden materials as tools to beautiful mark making and meaningful life experiences. She begins connecting seemingly disparate concepts through research, examining nature, and photography. Many of her illustrations include embroidery for emphasis and texture and hidden messages within a painting to bring further meaning. 

“Art is love and the pursuit of discovery. Art is harmony and balance. Art is realizing the divine symmetry and natural beauty of the world that we all live in. It is through the sharing of art that I hope to encourage your own pursuit of discovery and harmony.”

Chrysanthe Kapuranis is a graphic designer in the Office of the Vice President for Business Affairs and Human Resources at the University of Arizona. Chrys has a bachelor’s degree in Design Science from Arizona State University and is pursuing a degree at the University of Arizona in Fine Arts, Studio Art. She also grows an organic vegetable garden for sustainable living practices and the pathway to good health and well being.

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  • "SPRINGTIME SONG" illustrations, solo exhibit, Banner University Medical Center, South Campus,
    Behavioral Health Pavilion Lobby, 2800 East Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85713.
    Feb. 20 - May 24, 2018



  • 2018 BFA JURIED EXHIBITION: March 28 - April 6, Joseph Gross + Lionel Rombach Gallery, University of Arizona,  artwork entitled: "East Meets West" and "Music in the Wind"
  • THE ART OF PLANETARY SCIENCE, Kuiper Space Sciences Building, University of Arizona, Feb 2-4, 2018. "WoMan on the Moon" Triptych of moon phases, Oil on Canvas,

  • TUCSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, November 6 - February 1, 2018, Lower Link Gallery, Paintings and Illustrations

  • ANNUAL 2-D JURIED EXHIBIT: Feb 7-16, 2017, Lionel Rombach Gallery, University of Arizona, Feb. 2017. "Heart and Soul" work on paper, mark making and embroidery
  • THE ART OF PLANETARY SCIENCE, Kuiper Space Sciences Building, University of Arizona, Feb 2017. "Nebula NGC1333" oil on wood panel. An exhibit of art, created from and inspired by scientific data used to explore the solar system
  • THE HARMONIC WITHIN, Solo Exhibit, Banner University Medical Center, Behavioral Health Pavilion, 2016,
  • PLATING THE DESERT, Union Gallery, University of Arizona, Mar 2016. "Garden of Sustainability" oil on canvas. A blend of food, art, environment and community
  • NATIONAL ARTS PROGRAM, Union Gallery, University of Arizona, 2014 - 2016