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Born 1975 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Lives and works in Vienna, Austria
Since 2010 member of the Association of Austrian Artists, Künstlerhaus, Vienna
1989-1994 High school of Fine Arts “Tz. Lavrenov”, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
1995-1996 University of Industrial and Applied Arts, Linz, Austria
1997-2002 Academy of Fine Arts, Prof. Franz Graf, Vienna, Austria
2010-2011 Teacher in Fine Arts, National Academy of Fine Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria
Various Exhibitions in the country and abroad:
International Exhibition Museum Artemons, Austria 2012, Vienna Art Fair, Gallery Lang 2009, Art Fair Linz, Gallery Helmut Loidl, Austria 2008, International Exhibition “Terra Incognita”, Altana Gallery, Dresden, Germany 2012, International Exhibition River Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia 2012, International Exhibition “Europe the woman”, Oxford, UK 2010, Group Exhibition “Renaissance” Schloss Parz, Austria 2011, Group Exhibition “Die Blösse” Gallery Lang, Vienna, Austria 2010, International Exhibition “Agora” House Wittgenstein, Vienna, Austria 2011, Own Exhibition Gallery 247, Amsterdam, Holland 2007, International Symposium Pöchlarn, Austria 2008, Artist in residence, Amsterdam, Holland 2007, Third International Women´s Festival “Femina”, Haifa, Israel…
“Renaissance” Schloss Parz, Austria 2010, Artist in residence, Amsterdam, Holland 2007, International competition Essence of Asia “Eastern influences in western art” NY, USA 2007, International competition “ Kunst des Alterns” Berlin, Germany 2006, IBM Calendar, Vienna Austria 2000, Art Prize „ Sussmann & Sussmann“ Stiftung, Vienna, Austria 1999.

The main focus of my art is the human body, which has been an object of cult and legend through the centuries. The human being is an everlasting subject that inspires art, and the cultural and creative aspects of reproducing the human form in art allow us to see both the humanity of the person and the expressivity of the individual body.
My artistic approach to the human body is to perceive it as the basis of human understanding and the origin of all aspects of life. The human body is the source of delight, the genesis of diverse emotions, all of them binding one person to another. In this sense, the human body is the highest possible artistic expression of exchange and interaction between human beings.
My aim is to transmit the message of our own subjective awareness and create a feel for the human body through the chosen colour combinations and body shapes. My method of illustration projects the soul and the aesthetics of the human body and allows us to reflect on our own humanity.

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