site.btaExhibition by Angelina Pavlova Explores Loneliness and Freedom through Glass Sculptures 

Exhibition by Angelina Pavlova Explores Loneliness and Freedom through Glass Sculptures 
Exhibition by Angelina Pavlova Explores Loneliness and Freedom through Glass Sculptures 
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Loneliness and the freedom associated with it have inspired the glass sculptures by Angelina Pavlova, displayed in an exhibition entitled “The Wind in My Hair”. The exhibition will open on December 2 at the Gallery of the Union of Bulgarian Artists in 6 Shipka Street in Sofia, organizers said.

"I tried to make sense of my world and turn the visions into meaning through the prism of glass, and at the same time break it down from its original form and see my reflection in its transparent nature. Thus a concrete memory of an experience in my life became a metaphor for my whole existence,” the author says.

Angelina Pavlova studied at the glass school of Prof. Stanislav Libensky in Czechia, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poland, specialized at Sars-Poteries in France and the National Academy of Art in Sofia.

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