Donka (Donna) Zlatanova is a delicate balance of color and shape. Her photographs are multidimensional, with each layer building on the next to produce a harmonious image. Her style of photographing has been likened to that of the painter Joan Miró, whose work is recognizable by its abstract themes and playful use of color. Her art is inspired by the sentiment that there is a touch of beauty in everything if one is willing to find it.
Zlatanova works in the intersection of photography and advertising. Her pieces seek to simultaneously appeal to the senses and convince the consumer. For this reason, most of her photographs operate on the subliminal level. Her unique blend of shapes and colors is designed to produce a lasting impression on the viewer. Although her subjects are not always unique, Zlatanova achieves memorability with her fresh outlook and distinctive style.
Her photographs are currently on display in various private exhibitions.