|Miroslav Yotov's ambitious style of painting sets realistic human figures in constructed, imaginative scenarios whose elements are nevertheless clearly seen and delineated. Spatially experimental, the works adhere to naturalistic textures but colour is used in a more emotional, expressive way. Towards the painting's edge, paint becomes less concrete, becoming cloud- like or flattening out completely. The eye of the viewer is led around the composition by way of various diagonal lines to create a dynamic composition.
Grand symbols from Classical art such as nudes, drapes or statuary are combined with everyday symbols: a chair, a bathroom mirror or saxophone; giving the works a more contemporary feel. Yet the effect created is one of a grand Romantic drama of epic proportions.|