Meet Our Artists

The Labyrinth Gallery aims to present quality works both by established and by young or not yet famous to the public artists.

Anelia Raikova

oil painting

Anelia Raikova is born in Burgas, Bulgaria but for many years she lives and works as a professional Scenographer all over the country, mainly  in Sofia. In between theater or cinema projects she escapes in her paintings. They are extremely poetic and tender canvases, gently mixing the abstract painting with craftily painted concrete object, places, words or numbers thus inviting the viewer to a symbolic journey into himself.

Daniela Prokopetz

Abstract Painting

Daniela Prokopetz is a young Austrian artist who currently lives in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. She has studied art in Linz, Bologna and Vienna. Experimenting with aquarelle and color pencils, between the coincidence and the controlled drawing, she creates tender and powerful images.

Elena Kalpakchieva


Elena Kalpakchieva lives and works in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. She has graduated the National Academy of Arts in Sofia with specialty Scenography. Elena shares various interests in styles and techniques, she has experience in different art fields from painter of a dance theater company, through graphic design, art therapy to gallery owner and keeps on searching...

Erna Angelova

aquarelle and acrylic paintings, drawings and collages

Erna Angelova has won a deserved place in the art scene in Bulgaria and abroad with her vivid colors, magical but yet realistic imagery and joy and lightness in her works.

Katia Chausheva

Photogpraphy, Painting,

Katia Chausheva is an extraordinary artist, tempted at first by photography, but recently she made her first and impressive tries in oil painting and drawing. Her works are very sensual, deeply touching and extremely beautiful.  They are part of numerous collections and photography catalogs worldwide. Get in touch with Labyrinth Gallery if you’d like to find out about her available pieces.

Petya Deneva


Petya Deneva was born in 1981 in Balchik, Bulgaria. In 2006 she graduated the National Academy of Art in Sofia with specialty Painting. At present she lives and works as a freelance artist in Sofia. Since 2010 she has been a member of the Union of Bulgarian Artists. She has had over 10 solo exhibitions so far as well as she has participated in many group artistic projects. Nature, light and the mystic manifestation of the spiritual are major themes in her creative work.

Petya Konstantinova

Ink and aquarell drawings, acrylic paintings

"Even though I completed my studies in a completely different field, drawing has always been my way to express myself, an extension of my thoughts and my own self. After nearly ten years of working in an office, two ulcers and a hemorrhage fate had put me on a crossroad and made me reconsider if I was on the right path. Now I feel happy with what I’m doing and I’m glad it happened to me! I hope I succeed to embody in my artwork the desire and faith that dreams can come true."
Petya Konstantinova 

Rumen Petkov

Painting & Sculpture

Rumen Petkov is an established Bulgarian artist who lives  and works in Kazanlak - the heart of the valley of the famous Bulgarian Rose. His works reflect the joy of life, the light and color of nature. He works mainly with acrylic and oil paints on canvas. Along with the painting he creates very interesting vitrage like sculptures. Get in touch with Labyrinth Gallery if you’d like to find out about their available pieces.

Stela Stefanova

Painting, Assemblage, Mixed techniques

Stela Stefanova is a self taught artist from Plovdiv, Bulgaria. She develops her personal style by mixing various materials and creating stories with wood, objects she finds in the streets and  acrylic painting.  Get in touch with Labyrinth Gallery if you’d like to find out about their available pieces.

Svetoslava Georgieva

abstract painting, mixed techinques

Svetoslava Georgieva is born in Varna, Bulgaria, where she had her artistic education in the art school and in the studio of the artist Volodia Valkov. Later, she graduated the Veliko Turnovo University with a specialty Restoration and Conservation which added to her knowledge of art techniques. Her work are emotionally powerful, rich in colour and material. She mixes oil and encaustic painting with raisin, gold and copper, as well as acrylic pastes thus creating an unique style. She takes part in contemporary expositions in Bulgaria and abroad.

Teodora Doncheva - Techwoo

painting, prints, comics

Teodora Doncheva - Techwoo was born in 1981 in Plovdiv where she studied in the Art School "Tsanko Lavrenov" with Graphic profile. In 2008 she completes her Master's degree at the National Academy of Arts in the Scenography department. She has had 5 solo exhibitions so far and she has participated in many group artistic projects. In her work she is mainly interested in the graphic arts and the comics. She likes painting what she sees on the inner side of her eyes.

Vania Stefanova

Painting, Collage

Vanya Stefanova is born and lives in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. She has studied to be a scenographer and along with her work for theater she works as a graphic designer in her her studio Light On Design and finds time to create her collages inspired by the Sea and the adventures in the Nature.

Zdravka Vasileva


Lonely beaches, views from the window towards the horizon far away, contemplation of antique objects in old times interiors, a woman's figure passing by... - these are but a small part of the themes in the artist's oil canvases. Her paintings bring joy to the senses with the richness of pictorial language - from the tenderness of the linear drawing to the delicately nuanced paint layers that vary in relief, brightness and shine. Her works are objects of interest to many art collectors in Bulgaria and abroad. 
Zdravka Vasileva was born in 1977 in Plovdiv where she studied in the high school of art Tzanko Lavrenov. In 2003 she graduated the National Academy of Art in Sofia with speciality Painting. Later she aquires a Ph. D. in Fine Arts and at present she is an Associate Professor in Painting at the NAA - Sofia.


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