Like most people from Eastern countries, ALBENA is intensely inward-focused, a soul searcher. Sensitive to the suffering of others, her childhood dream was to become a doctor - and art is another means of bringing gentleness and hope into the life of others.
Using color in her "organic and psychic" actions, to use Deunov's expression, ALBENA introduces us to a violence-free world, oneiric, luminous, filled with love and compassion, yet not removed from reality or fantasy. With ALBENA, light is omnipresent, making the characters transparent, as if filled with an invincible spiritual force that does not, however, eliminate sadness or introduction. Yet her works bring enchantment to the present.
Maeterlinck said that "what distinguishes us from one another is the relationship we have with the infinite." Painting, like other forms of art, is really a metaphysical question, a pretext for excess in any form. It is about esthetics. "As artists, we cannot add pain to the world," ALBENA likes to say. The marvelous part of her gift is this return to a lost paradise, this dimension where childhood lives side by side with a profane and cynical world.
Luis Porquet - Les affiches de Normandie