The message of a creative work is always determined by its creator. Creator's instincts and capability are demonstrated in knowledge and skills, which are retained as memories to the future generations. In my art of painting and textile the relationship between creator and Nature and the aesthetic surroundings is depicted directly through Nature's beauty, together with touching existential questions. In painting, regardless of the technique applied, I am freer, expressive, and sensual, while in the applied art of textile I am more focused on the aesthetic of the abstractness of creativity, aimed at softening the lifestyle of the lacking cosiness and aesthetics. When viewing my creations I wish you could sense what was experienced in the course of their making, together with the necessity for their existence in a more aesthetical range of art in them.
Video of Rumi's Exhibition in Sofia University, Alma Mater, 2010
Video of Rumi's Exhibition in Pernik, Bulgaria, 2013.