Diana Stoilova graduated in graphic arts at the Art Academy in Sofia under Professor Petar Chuklev and specialty "Painting and Graphics" at the Art Academy in Vienna under Professor Wolfgang Hutter. She is a graduate of the Bulgarian and Austrian art schools.
In her watercolors and graphics, she is impressed by the exquisite design and color, thin shades that awaken the aesthetic experience. Her artistic quests do not stop here, they vary to a sign, symbol, to a multi-layered, structural painting approaching classical modern art.
The Bulgarian graphic school is known all over the world for the painting skills of the artists. On the other hand, the Vienna Art School is represented by two main directions - a surrealist and abstract approach. In Diana Stoilova's works there are elements of both directions that enrich her painting.
The simplicity of the silhouette associated with the collage is one of the directions in which the author works. Its objects are made of hand-made paper and enriched with drawings, peculiar labyrinths that remind us of distant worlds, stars and galaxies, or the underwater world and the seabed.
From 2000 until now Diana Stoilova has three solo exhibitions in the United States - in Connecticut, Rhode Island. In 2006, at the Yell College Gallery, New Haven showed her "Symbols of Wisdom" exhibition, which was well received by viewers and critics. Her works have been shown in Germany at the Schwariner Museum in Bavaria as well as in Frankfurt. The artist also periodically exhibits her work in France. She had a solo exhibition at the Laal Gallery - Paris. He regularly participates in the Salon of Drawing and Watercolor in Grand Palais. In November this year there is a new presence there. Diana Stoilova has exhibited her work in Bulgaria at the "Cavallet" Gallery in Varna, and this year also at the Bulgarian Gallery in Sofia.
Diana Stoilova lives and works in Vienna as a freelance artist and teaches at the Fine Arts college.