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ABOUT ELENA BACHEVA:

Born in Bulgaria and currently resides in Sofia, Bulgaria. Most important things in her life are her family and art. She is very ambitious and wishes to accomplish much in life. She graduated from Secondary school of Applied Arts, St. Luke, Sofia, in 2000 with Textiles-Performer Artist major then received a Bachelor’s degree from Sofia University St. Kl. Ohridski in 2008 with a degree in Pedagogy of Fine Arts. Recently, she graduated from New Burlgarian University with a Master degree of Design of Visual Communication. Her art education began with light and shadow drawing objects. When she was 11 years old, her teacher called her mother for a personal meeting, then she joined Susie Aronova’s art studio. Two years later, she was in prof. Marin Kotsev’s art studio working on the color and construction of the objects with watercolor. She then followed a kind of human figure with a pencil, oil, tempera, pastels, landscapes, abstractions, stylization of forms and images and etc..

WHAT INSPIRES YOU?

In past years I like a lot so-called “comic style” and digital painting. I am also strongly influenced by world famous artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Waldemar Swierzy, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, Gil Elvgren and others.

INFLUENCES – WHAT PEOPLE, FACTORS OR EVENTS INSPIRED YOU TO BECOME AN ARTIST?

I just love painting from very early age.

DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE.

My style is a mix of everything I love – monotype, collages, brushstrokes, splash brushes, decorative painting, comic art, digital painting and ets. My goal is always to recreate the feeling of life.