The dream of an artist is to build an image and to leave his own soul inside his works of art.

Let us build ourselves in through light. Let us turn our eyes higher and upward to the divine source. But first, let us turn our look toward ourselves, toward nature and its obvious boundlessness that makes us dizzy.

More about the artist

Angelina Pavlova studied with the leading specialists in the Czech Republic, Poland and France, further developing the excellent foundation in sculpture she acquired at the Academy of Art in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The artists loves glass for being both transparent and massive and for its brilliant capture of light and its ability to absorb its. Ancient techniques for molding and polishing glass enable her to create her dazzling sculptures. Pavlova’s creations are beautiful and original both in structure and coloring, sophisticated, intellectual and utterly charming.

Pavlova’s work has been highly praised by the critics. Her glass sculptures have been exhibited to the public’s delight in a prestigious galleries and admirers in Norway, Italy, Holland, Germany, Austria, and USA. For “Flowers of Love’’ she received the special award in Munster, Germany in 2002.

I HAVE BUILT LIGHT IN

The dream of an artist is to build an image and to leave his own soul inside his works of art.

Dream is always an issue. I have left myself inside by creating light. I have concealed reality to create a more beautiful world, filled with color and emotion. I have tried to build a bridge between the suggestion of a painting and the modeling of a sculpture, thus revealing light as a powerful means for expressing reality in a concise and intensifying way. As if my efforts towards the final art product do not appear in my pieces of art.

Done in blood and sweat, they have become pure poetry, the way caves conceal the mystery of beauty.

The same happens when light comes through the volume of the artifact to build itself in its modeled mass, thus letting countless interior relieves emerge. Then suddenly light makes the work of art move, tingle and breathe with its own soul and form.

Breath from spirit — spirit from breath.

Let us build ourselves in through light. Let us turn our eyes higher and upward to the divine source. But first, let us turn our look toward ourselves, toward nature and its obvious boundlessness that makes us dizzy.

 Angelina K. Pavlova