Daniel Mirchev is Bulgarian sculptor, working mainly in wood and mixed media.

Graduated the specialty “Wood Carving” in Applied Arts College “Dimitar Dobrovich” in the Bulgarian town of Sliven, his artistic biography began in 1989 when he takes part in the National Exhibition of Applied Arts in Yambol and in the Salon of Applied Arts in Sliven. Since then Daniel works as a sculptor and art professional all his life on. Daniel is a member of the National Association of the Bulgarian Professional Artists. He is associated member of the art group Nine, consisted of sculptors dedicated to wood. He has six solo exhibitions and numerous participations in group exhibitions. His art objects and wood sculptures have been presented in a certain number of recognized Sofia and Plovdiv galleries. Sculptures of him have been bought by collectors and private homes in Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Canada, United States and recently – in Belgium.

As an independent artist, he is an author of creative projects in the field of graphic design as well. He is also an art creative in film decors for movies, TV shows and commercials. Born in 1966, he lives and works in Sofia, Bulgaria.


Architec-Tonic, Macadam Gallery, Brussels 2018


2016 “Toward and Back” exhibition – sculpture and photography, Sofia
2015 “Mediteraneo” exhibition – wood sculpture and painting, Sofia
2014 “World full of colors” exhibition, color figures, Sofia
2013 “Wood Sculpture” exhibition, Sofia
1997 „Plastic art“ exhibition, Sofia
1992 „Reliefs” exhibition, Plovdiv


2018 Macadam gallery – Group Show
2017 National exhibition of Wood carving sculptors ART+WOOD+BG”; National Association of the Bulgarian Professional Artists
International fair for contemporary art AAF – Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Contempoprary Art Saloon ART3F, Lyon, France
International symposium FORMA; Triavna, Bulgaria
Group exhibition „4 USHI” – sculpture, paintings, photography, Sofia
Curator exhibition “Pay Sage” of the recognized Bulgarian curator Marieta Tsenova, Sofia and Plovdiv

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