“Child’s play” 8’5” x 45’9” Kindergarten “Golden Duck,” Sofia, Bulgaria - Living in a imaginary world, children develop their fantasy. The main aim of my mural is to capture their imagination. Seeing details from the mural would expand the story of their dreams, drawings, or plays.
"Tulips", Slavic University, Sveti Nikole Campus, Macedonia, 7 ft x 12 ft - This stained glass is situated on the second floor hallway window in the headquarters of the Slavic University, a place where students, professors, and grown-ups are constantly passing by. The leading element of the subject “Tulips” is to bring freshness and positive mood on each student and professor.
"Memory", Slavic University, Bitola Campus, Macedonia, R = 4 ft. - Placed on a window between two classrooms in the university, this stained glass can be enjoyed from both sides. The leading element of the subject “Flowers” is to bring freshness and positive mood on each student and professor.
"Story of Slavic Script", Culture center "Krste Misirkov", Sveti Nikole, Macedonia, 5.5 ft x 32 ft - The mural is painted in the hall of the culture center where events are held. The main idea of the mural is to represent closely related stages of the Slavic script development. Creators of the Slavic alphabet were missionaries to the Slavs and later canonized and represented as Saint Cyril and Saint Methodius. In the mural, they are in the center holding a script with Glagolitic letters. Fragments of the early Christian architecture are used to fulfill the background. Those same fragments are related with the churches from that period, where people gained literacy and translated Christian books from Ancient Greek and Latin languages.
"Patriotic Mural," Aleda E. Lutz VA Hospital, Saginaw, Michigan - The idea of the mural assembles the United States’ national symbols. The purpose is to raise feelings of pride among Veterans who served, are serving, and will serve in the United States Armed Forces.