Museum Quality Art Print, Limited Edition of 25, 26 x 35cm
The forceful image of “Goraya” is resemblant of a woodblock. Still, this work is the result of the digital creative process of Paola Minekov. Strong black, red and white portions describe a semi-abstract face, but a clear emotion, thus making a connection with the artist’s “Undercurrents” series. Partly inspired by African masks, tribal art and Bulgarian Kukeri tradition, this strong image belongs to the Dreams and Nightmares digital series. The name of the piece is an invention, a linguistic abstract description of an inexistent being the artist conjured.
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