Paying homage to the art of Piet Mondrian, sculptor Zlatin Orlov creates organically abstract masterpieces that evoke a unique sense of movement.
The talented sculptor takes inspirations from the compositions of Mondrian while mimicking the kinetic art work of Alexander Calder. Highlighting irregular forms and asymmetrical geometries, the artist creates a series of one-of-a-kind sculptural art works that explore unconventional spatial relationships.
After graduating from the National Academy of Art in Sofia, Zlatin began to specialize in metal made constructions and continued to explore three-dimensional art with his later work. The artist's expressive sculptures are painted in a palette of vivid color hues and often display boldly striped patterns that play with a viewer's perception.