When colors matter
Whenever I need to explain who I am, I simply begin with the paintings which you see on this site. Painting is my passion! I love colors because they make shapes cozy.
'When colors matter!', I repeat this with every one of my works...
My style is Abstract Expressionism. Working with multi colors supports the feelings which I express on canvas.
On my artworks you will always find feelings to recall sweet moments from the past.
Brushes are not my favorite tool. Instead of brushes, on my paintings you will find the traces of my pallete knife.
I love painting and have been doing it since early childhood. Moreover, in 1999, I graduated from the St. Cyril and St.Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. I studied Fine Arts under Professor Nikola Hadzitanev and Professor Christo Neykov. Thus I am a professional artist.
My hometown, Veliko Turnovo, a city of inspiration for many artists and poets is located in Northern Bulgaria. Although I currently work at my gallery and live in Stara Zagora, a city in the middle of Southern Bulgaria, I never felt in my heart that I left Veliko Turnovo. When I travel back and forth between these two cities, I feel like a part of me is always left behind, and I call each place home.
Let's do charity
Let's do charity!
Together with my husband, we launched a web site for art contests for kids.There kids find a place to compete and to express their art skills and talent.
Something more, in our gallery, we sell the works of the winners and the amount is being donated to charitable causes, helping kids in need.
We have supported already a local hospice for abandoned kids, as well as, an young talanted musician, who sings but also incredibly looks like the American pop idol Prince.
That is how we implement the social responsibility to our local community.
In 2016, for third time, I donated my art work to American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria. My paintings have been sold during the AmCham Thanksgiving Charity dinner and the amount is being used for supporting talented youngsters in Bulgaria.