Diva

This work is my way of exploring the idea of a Diva, the hidden woman behind the glamour and the glitter, somebody who focuses on the carnal rather than the spiritual. She is beautiful and attractive, but her face is concealed. She has no expression, and no spirit. Purchase a Diva Museum Quality Print from…

Vanga

I have always been inspired by my heritage. This work is named after Baba Vanga – Grandmother Vanga – one of the most cryptic women in the newer Bulgarian history. The work is a part of the “Dreams and Nightmares” series. Baba Vanga was a renowned clairvoyant mystic and herbalist in the Balkans, who lived…

Tohato

After exploring the graphic and emotional potential of the black and white, I decided to add the deep red nuance to this work. It has a more emotional, expressionistic quality than its predecessors, showing the true emotion behind the mask. Buy a Print Here!

Nel

This study of facial expression was inspired by the tribal art and the masks of Africa. I tried to incorporate the full potential of the human emotion into the image, from surprise to excitement and to describe it in the cleanest way possible. Buy a Museum Quality Art Print!

Kode

This piece is inspired by an African mask and a representation of the duality of human nature. The black is juxtaposed to white, just like the public persona is in constant friction with the hidden spirit. This work marks the constant fight between the good and the evil, the positive and the negative a person,…

Tiroro

“Tiroro” is a tumultuous fight with an inner monster, a mystical swirl of conflicting emotions. Also inspired by the art of African masks, this piece has a different energy than the rest of the series. It is like a mask itself – an ethereal and somewhat foreboding symbol of something we cannot always understand. Buy…

Goraya

The image of “Goraya” is resemblant of a woodblock, but it’s executed in digital technique. Strong black, red and white portions describe a semi-abstract face, with a clear emotion. I was partly inspired by African masks, tribal art and the Bulgarian Kukeri tradition when I created this work. It belongs to the Dreams and Nightmares…