Iavor Lubomirov/Bella Easton



Iavor Lubomirov & Bella Easton collaborate to produce works with Bella’s hand-made coloured copper plate etchings which are then transformed into a three dimensional geometric structure by Lubomirov’s scalpel. The pair co-produced the first of a series of collaborative artworks – A Romance of Many Dimensions – for London Art Fair. Lubomirov and Easton have brought together an unusual combination of talents to their collaborations. An Oxford Mathematician and a Royal Academy Painter, Lubomirov creates uncompromising geometric objects, clothed in Easton’s luxuriant patterns and colours. They share a common obsession with hand-made multiples and a belief in creating valid possibilities for craft to exist in contemporary art. 


Iavor Lubomirov graduated MA  in Mathematics at Oxford University in England, where he was awarded prizes and scholarships from the university and outside institutions.  After graduating he studied for a BA in Fine Art at University of East London. He has exhibited in solo and group shows including Calvert 22, Liverpool Independents Biennial and The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

Bella Easton graduated Post Graduate Diploma at The Royal Academy Schools. After graduation Bella received the M&G purchase Prize and became a Research Fellow in Printmaking at City and Guilds of London Art School. Bella has been a finalist in The Celeste Prize, shortlisted for Saatchi Drawing Prize, The Threadneedle Prize and The Jessica Wilkes Award. She has exhibited internationally with a solo show in New Delhi, India with the British Council and in Japan 2001 at the Japanese Embassy as well as exhibiting regularly in the Royal Academy Summer exhibition.