Our History

Georgi has been sculpting since he was 16 years old. His first sculpture, with the enigmatic name "Slave", was created overnight, the result of an emotional experience.

For Georgi, art is a form of intoxication. It's a gift that he develops constantly. His inspiration comes from love, beauty and the positive and negative qualities in people. Anything can inspire, any experience can be given an image. He sees a character or situation and tries to find it in the wood. Feeling is the reward of observation and brings the need to preserve those memories of hope and what awaits us.

Watch people with your heart because only the heart can find the truth. The best things are only visible to the heart. The essential is invisible to the eyes, Georgi likes to say, and he lives by this philosophy. Georgi's colleagues respect him as a young and very talented artist, with his own personality and vision.

His works include "Looking to the Future", "Cry for Help", "Betrayal", "Cowardice", "Happiness and Joy", "Feast", "Awakening" and many others. In 2001, he participated in the open-air sculpture exhibition held in the "Red City" castle at Chomutov, Czech Republic, where his sculptures remained on permanent exhibition. In 2004, he was commissioned by the mayor to create a sculpture of St. Petka, which was given to Georgi Parvanov, the President of Bulgaria, in honour of the festival of his home town. In 2005, he was commissioned by a private marionette museum in Prague to create duplicates of original puppets destroyed in the great flood. In 2007 and 2009, he made icons specifically for the chapels in the the spa town of Narechenski in the Plovdiv region of Bulgaria.  

Georgi has been a member of the Society of Artists in Sliven-Bulgaria and  member The British Puppet and Model Theatre Guild in England.Georgi produce theatre marionettes for the The Tudors, a company of puppeteers in England. And  in 2018 year Georgi is member  the I.V.S-International Ventriloquist Society in USA.


He has participated in numerous sculpture exhibitions including:


2002 - Gallery "May", Sliven

2003 - Gallery "L. Bayer", Stara Zagora

2003 - Czech Cultural Centre, Sofia

2003 - Cultural Center, Prague

2004 - Tvarditza

2004 - City Brandis nad Labem, Czech Republic

2007 - Tvarditza

2008 - Daskalov House Tryavna - General Exhibition

2008 - Gallery "May", Sliven - General Exhibition

2009 - "Daskalov House", Tryavna - General Exhibition

2005-2018 - produce marionettes , puppets, ventriloquist dummies and sculptures worldwide