I work to create images that are, hopefully, not going to be perceived and judged for their technicality, but for the emotions they evoke in the observer and the innovation they could bring to the medium. Medallic sculpture is the genre I am most interested in as it requires sythesized thinking and clear graphical imaging done on a very limited size surface. The medallic object changes at every stage of the process until the patina is applied. The end result is always a surprise that can completely change the feel of the work. ...
Biography: MA in Metal, National Academy of Art, Sofia, Bulgaria-2005 Public Collections: British Museum, London, UK Numerous private collections in the USA and Europe Recent juried group shows: October 25-December 25, FIDEM XXIX, Seixal, Portugal October 4-20, International Stage Poster Triennial, Sofia, Bulgaria Publications: September 2004--worte an article for the medallic sculpture Magazine--THE MEDAL, published by the British Museum, London November 2004--front-page article with 4 color photos of recent work in the Guilford Courrier and 10 other papers on the Connecticut shoreline.
Country: United States
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