|Year of creation||2019|
|Dimensions||12 W × 17 H × 0.01 D cm|
|Type of art||painting|
Original watercolor painting on paper. Red Christmas cardinal.
Bulgarian-born Daniela Vasileva incorporates principles from the graphic arts into her simbolist works in such a way that,especially in her pastel and pencil canvases,subjects simultaneously seen hyper- realistic and stylized.Vasileva thereby offer highly subjective rendering of her models.But also a kind of universal meaning identifiable in each artwork.Her ability to interpret her subjects in a manner ,that suggests broad emotional states and experiences,gives an incredible depth to her rounded and sensual shapes. This tendency to evoke mythic character traits and provoke emotions is most evident in Vasileva's compositions featuring supernatural figures.Using expressive colors and sort of stylized realism in these works,she announces the mythic nature of their content.However much of her art applies this same aesthetic to apparently mundane subjects.In these works he aesthetic elevates a relatively commonplace image to something universal.By doing so Vasileva wields the ability to transform the everyday into the mythic through artistic representation.Her work has appeared in exhibition in Europe,China and the United States.She currently lives and works in Las Vegas,NV. Less