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Captured charm

Submitted on Tuesday, 21 October 2008No Comment
Captured charm

Gallery “Natalie” tries to capture the charm of Plovdiv with a new exhibition.

In October artists from Plovdiv will show their skill with the canvas – in an attempt to convey the aristocracy of the new parts of the city and the beauty of the cobbled streets and small yards of the Old city.

In Plovdiv, artists are revered people – despite the changing of times and movements. Because of this, artists of all styles and approaches will participate.

Wildly different images are all there to be seen – from the delicate, smiling characters of Angel Vasilev to the intense color abstracts of Iliya Zhelev and Angel Pachamanov; the decorative canvases of Ogniyan Nedkov; the precise compositions of Nedko Itinov; the relief images of Rumen Nechev.

The exhibition starts on October 22nd and will last until November 12th.

Gallery “Natalie” is on “Gurko” str. в„– 38.

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