Mr. Mitkov is the most successful and most collected artist in the European connoisseur of art community in recent years.
"The magic of art is in motion. Each movement is unique and has been devoted to the creation of beauty and the creation of feelings. Art is an initial emotion - it needn't be thought over, it must be just done.", says Pavel Mitkov, an extremely talented Bulgarian artist, whose philosophy of life pertains to wisdom unusual for his young age. The paintings of Pavel Mitkov reflect not only his natural artistic talent, but also his passion for painting. The artist confesses that his greatest motivation and satisfaction in his work comes from the opportunity to give people what they love and understand best: the beauty of their homeland and city, the magic in a house, a street, which they pass by every day but often do not see.
He has painted a large variety of paintings and has won numerous awards including the Global Health Manille’98 Silver Medal and the International Eye Foundation Art Award.
His work has been presented with enormous success at many major exhibitions in Europe and the United States: Manilla, Philippines (1998), Dubai, UAE (1998), Thessalonica, Greece (2000), Budapest, Hungary (2002), Vienna, Austria (2003), Warsaw, Poland (2003), Washington D.C., New York and Chicago, USA (2003-2004), Japan, Tokyo (2005), etc.
Pope John Paul II, H. R .M. Albert II, King of Belgium, the Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Senator Hillary Clinton are among those who have been presented with the artist's paintings.
Born at August, 17-th 1977 in Sofia, Bulgaria Pavel Mitkov, as a typical Leo strives to reach perfection in art and personal life, always committed to family values. With two children three and under, Mitkov has warm and supportive relationship with his family.
The works of Pavel Mitkov are expressive, energetic, graceful, dynamic and very positive. His primary products are oil canvas that feature Mitkov’s rich and vibrant colors and his peaceful and inspiring themes. His major subjects are cityscapes, seascapes, landscapes, flowers, gardens, villages, churches, bridges and abstract art. His art inspires people to focus on the real, the authentic, and the meaningful.