Eleni Glinou is an artist-researcher, who perceives art as an alchemical procedure, as a process that breaks down meanings, materials and forms into basic elements. Her practice mingles transformative patterns and language perception, through a unique artistic vocabulary aiming to interpret reality. Eleni is a former full-time professor at the Graphic Design department UNIWA and Athens Academy of Fine Arts in the Printmaking faculty. She is an MA graduate of the Royal College of Arts, London: MA in Printmaking and MA in Multimedia. She is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts of Athens. Eleni was awarded scholarships from the State Scholarships Foundation (IKY), Bacala foundation, Lilian Voudouri foundation and EOMMEX (Greek chamber of small scale -business in arts and crafts). She was represented extensively by the gallery “Ileana Tounta”, had solo and group exhibitions in Greece, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States. Her work belongs in private and public collections, such as the collection of Dimitris Daskalopoulos, Florika P. Kyriakopoulos, Harry David collection, Teloglio Foundation, Ernst and Young Foundation UK, Grigoris Papadimitriou collection, IBM company in the UK, Vogiatzoglou Collection, Alpha Bank (Greece). She designed gift objects for J&P Avax company.