12-year-old Sashko from Pernik, who disappeared without a trace last year and was found after a 9-day search, will present a second solo exhibition. It is organized with the support of the mayor Stanislav Vladimirov and will be arranged in the building of the Mining Directorate in Pernik, BNR reports.
The exhibition will be opened on September 27 at 6 p.m. About 24 paintings will be displayed. All of them are new, painted in the last ten months, said Sashko’s father Alexander Tsvetanov.
“He, at least that’s what I asked specialists, makes abstract art, expressionism, but he also includes different images in his paintings and it’s very interesting. There are forests, mountains, angels, spirits – forest, water. Different figures”.
Sashko’s first exhibition was presented at the United Children’s Complex two months before he got lost in the forest above the Prophylactorium. Sashko is now a sixth grader and has been undergoing stem cell therapy for some time, which his family says is working well.