The Omodos Gallery is located in the Omodos village in Limassol district. It is one of the most recent additions to the village. It is the creation of a permanent collection of Art Work by Cypriot Artists around a central theme of Omodos. Paintings inspired by locations of the village of Omodos are kept in the gallery. The Gallery is housed in a room of the Monastery which was previously used as a monk cell.

The Gallery was founded in 1986, with artwork from Cypriot artists which have been inspired by the natural and human environment of the Omodos village. Already there are over 40 pieces of artwork donated to the gallery by well-known Cypriot artists.

For more information about the Omodos Gallery contact the community Council of Omodos :

Community Council of Omodos :

Address :

Dimokratias 2 , 4760 Omodos

Limassol

Telephone :

25422453

Fax :

25422519

E-mail :

info@omodos.org

 

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