THE NATURE IS THE MAIN SOURCE OF INSPIRATION FOR EMILIA MILCHEVA.
I am deeply touched and I admire the organic order and the harmony of nature. This leaves me with a feeling of tranquillity. It is amazing how the nature paints her masterpieces at every step on the way. No one can do better. So I am simply taking some captures on a loan offering you the comfort that I have in my soul while painting.
GOLDEN TOUCH, Acrylic painting, 70x50cm.
Here comes the new day. The first sun rays are speeding up to blow the dark of the night. The sun is touching the fields shining up the colors, giving new life to all earth treasures. What a magical moment! The grass is waking up all golden and gorgeous. And this tree trio rise in its purple to red wrapper, greeting the life bringing day.
OCTOBER STORY, oil painting,70x50cm
A pictorial October-time forest that is so bright and colourful as if it comes out of a legend. What a splendid sunrise view! All bushes, branches, leaves, even the smallest herbs, are vibrating under the pure dawn air breathing. This forest of energy is able to illuminate our inner world, to bright out the divine part that we all carry in our souls.
BOLD, oil painting, 50x70cm.
It is the end of another warm autumn day. The day light died out taking away the rush and the anxiety. What left is the splendor of the autumn dressed trees. Their light will never die. Each leaf has captured during the day millions of sun kisses, billions of sun rays. So the trees can now emit its own light. Gorgeous shining creatures!!! by Emilia Milcheva
SPLENDOUR, acrylic painting, 50x100cm.
I will never stop be amazed at the nature. There is no greater master than the nature. Her miracles are around us every minute, at every step of the way. Here is a painting of one miraculous autumn scenery that I was witnessing the last autumn. Isn’t it amazing! There is so much romance, warmth and quietness in the arms of these autumnal colors. I wish I could have forever this peaceful feeling that I had while standing there bathed in light. by Emilia Milcheva