In the series Daniela Guevska is exploring an interpersonal approach of search through emotional bridges and connections.
With the abstract compositions, where each one reflects various forms of the heart, she aims to bring the viewer to his/her own personal search of questions. She also wants to challenge the viewer to make an inner look within their own heart, which according to the Ecclesiast is “the spring of life”.
The series presents a different angle of abstract interpretation of an interpersonal dialogue between the artist, artwork and the viewer. Media includes café and acrylic on paper.
The series Springs of Life continues with some figurative images of women and elements of the Bulgarian folk related to the water, flowers and personification of woman as spring and source of life. The collection is made of ink drawings on canvas with added golden leaves.
About Daniela Guevska
Daniela Guevska is a Bulgarian visual artist and art educator who lives and works in Malta. She studied Applied and Fine arts parallel with Pedagogy and Theology in Sofia, Bulgaria.
She received a scholarship for Summer Tutorial in Wheaton College, Wheton IL US, where she expand her entrepreneurial skills and encounter new way to apply the use of visual arts for corporate and community outreach. Currently she is reading for her MBA.
During the last few years Daniela conducted various Community Art projects with Ċentru Tbexbix, Cospicua, Salesians Don Bosco in Tas-Sliema , Dar Merħba Bik, Balzan, an art workshop with young people with dyslexia, ADHD and with St Patrick School, Sliema, the last one was sponsored by BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation. In those workshops Daniela’s aim was to evoke personal creative potential among the participants.
In her art, she has been focusing on the classical methods of drawing and using an alternative approach to combine the Applied and Fine Arts in an eclectic style as abstract paintings, collage, mixed media and decorative panels.
She held numerous solo exhibitions in Bulgaria and Malta. Her works are in private collections in Malta, Germany, UK, USA, Holland and Australia. In 2015 she took part at Mdina International Art Biennale and at the Caravan project Mediterranean Donkey for Peace.