In 2003 she participated in an international Arts Christian exhibition in the city of Vishegrad, Hungary with tar-made installation under the title “Reflection and Development” ;
In 2004 she took part in National General Exhibition painting and engraving in “Bovijel Gallery”, Plovdiv, in National Exhibition of applied arts in Boviel Gallery, Plovdiv, and in an International Specialized Exhibition “BALCAN PAC”, Sofia.
In 2006 she participated in General Exhibition “Interiordesign” – /Form follow Emotions/, National Exhibition Centre, Shipka 6 str., Sofia, Bulgaria
In 2006 she participated in Tenth jubilee Crafts Fair in city Varna Theme: “Reflection & Progress” – Installation of resin with combination with three lamps of exquisitely painted paper.
In September 2007, held a joint exhibition in London / “Sofia” Gallery on the Bulgarian Embassy / England with Petya and Stefan Georgiev motto “Juxtaposition”.
In end of 2008 and start 2009 year she make Family Exhibition part 2 “Juxtaposition 2″ with Collages and hand made Lamps. Art exhibition -Show room” Jessica “- Sofia, Bulgaria with other artist Petia and Stefan Georgievi.
In 2010 Exhibition “TWO FACES” with another painter Kaia Kalacheva in “DA DA CULTURAL BAR ” Sellvida presented Light Collage and more Collage “Tango” in Sofia, Bulgaria.
In 2011 Member of Society of Fulham Artists and Potters (SOFAP) In 2012-2013 Part of ACE BRIDGE CLUB Group Exhibition, Fulham
In 2013-2014 Part of Portobello Group Exhibition, Notting Hill
In 2014 Part of SOFAP group Exhibition at Royal Brompton Hospital, Chelsea
Decoration of numerous art apparels and accessories, exhibited in the country and abroad (The Netherlands, France, UK, Bulgaria, Germany, USA, Australia, Greece, Sweden, England, Denmark and more), painted canvases in private collections.
Online shop: http://www.etsy.com/people/sellvida
2014 part of Art Festival in HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM http://www.hf-artsfest.com/visual.html
NEWS: SOFAP Exhibition Tuesday 17th – Sunday 23rd November 2014 at the Fulham Library, 598 Fulham Road, SW6 5NX
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Tube – Parsons Green Station is less than a minutes walk from the Library.
The station is on the Wimbledon branch of the District Line and trains run every 10 minutes.