Planer on wood carving at the hotel

Planer on wood carving entitled "Art in Nature" took place in Apriltsi.

The initiative of the owners of the hotel "Tihiat kat" – the family Stefka and Tihomir Tihovi from Apriltsi together with the association "Tur Klub Remark" took place an open-air wood carving. Participants in the symposium were:
  • Alyosha Kafedzhiiski / Varna / - sculpture of stone and wood;
  • Georgi Radulov / Ruse / - female figure made of wood;
  • Venelin Ivanov / Varna / - "Chapel";
  • Milen Vassilev / Vratsa / - sculpture "Flying Eagle" and "Bear";
  • Veselin Shoshkov / Trojan / - Viking and ancient bulgarian of chamotte.
The participants in the Planar shared that the majesty of the mountain peaks has a very positive effect on their creative work. The most attractive moment during the symposium is the work technology itself. For the sculptures they use electric wood cutters, by which they are forming the wood. At first sight this process which was accompanied by loud noise and required special accessories and even not being creative at first glance in fact it was such. But one of the sculpturists - Milen Vassilev showed for the Bulgarian TV how can transform a log into the head of a bear. The hospitable hosts - family Tihovi provided conditions for creative work of the team - accommodation, food, large garden with stunning panoramic view to the beautiful mountain peaks. The material was provided by the municipality, some sculptures are measuring 1-2 meters. On May 18, 2007 an exhibition of artworks was conducted, which was attended by representatives of the applied arts in the region and representatives of the tourism industry. The exhibition was shown in a special music background and the president of "Tour Club ReMark" Nico Zarichinova, sang some evergreen songs and played a guitar. And although the famous clarinettist (ethno and jazz musician) Stoyan Royanov (Yaa yaa) present only as a guest of the symposium, inspired by art mood and beautiful scenery, also came to the makeshift stage. And the celebration continued with a kind of jam session…

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