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Come in and throw on the wheel, paint an item made by a studio member, hand-build something, or make a fused glass beauty!
  • Why All The Fuss About ART?
    "Making art stimulates original thinking and holistic cognitive development on all levels, including math, perceptual, sensory, and logical processes, emotional and social skills. Artsofia and I recognize the profound need for people of all walks of life to sense what inspires them and to give it tangible and unique expression in a supportive environment. Our studio serves as a playful and relaxed educational venue that supports self-development. For us and you." 
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Glass is transparent, translucent. Metal is thick, opaque.
           Glass suggests air and light. Metal, weight.
Bring these materials together and one finds in the result an engaging blend of aesthetic interplay. Bring them together in the ARTSOFIA Studio and one finds an artistic balance of media and form. Just as glass and bronze suggest contrast, so too do the forms: simple yet complex, modern yet fraught here and there with glimpses of ancient culture. This complementary balance in their work--of past with present, of organic form with inorganic media--is itself the result of a long history of creative interests between them.

The Church of St Nicholas (Bulgarian: църква „Свети Никола“, tsarkva „Sveti Nikola“) is a partially preserved medieval Eastern Orthodox church in the town of Melnik, southwestern Bulgaria. Dating to the late 12th century, it stands on top of an ancient Thracian sanctuary and a 5th-century basilica. In the Middle Ages, the church served as the cathedral of Melnik's bishop. The interior of the church features frescoes of rarely depicted scenes, as well as a 13th-century inscription 1211 - 1217s. Its bell tower used to house one of the oldest extant church bells in Europe, discovered by archaeologists in the 2000s.
The Varna golden treasure is the oldest processed gold ever discovered on Europe’s territory and today is associated with the so-called ‘Varna culture” The huge archaeological treasure was discovered on the territory of the so-called Varna Chalcolithic Necropolis. At a territory of 7 500 sq. m. were discovered, step by step, 294 graves containing more than 3000 golden objects. The total weight adds up to more than 6 kg. The golden treasure was discovered in 1972. The subsequent archaeological work unveiled one of the most previous historical collections in the entire world.
Today this treasure – one of the biggest archaeological finds of the 20th c.
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An article from Idealen Dom magazine, Jan 2008

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An article from Idealen Dom magazine, Jan 2008

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