Originally posted on Marygrove Arts News:

Roumen Boudev and his painting

Roumen Boudev and his painting Shape II at the Anton Art Center

The Visual Art Department at Marygrove College is pleased to announce that Art Department Assistant Professor, Roumen Boudev, was awarded first place in the Michigan Annual XL juriedexhibit at Anton Art Center.  Michigan Annual XL is the 40th annual exhibition featuring a wide-range of contemporary artists living and working in the state of Michigan. The exhibition was juried by Dr. Yao-Fen You, the Assistant Curator of European sculpture and decorative arts at the Detroit Institute of Arts, who recently curated Fabergé: The Rise and Fall, The Collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

For over five years, Roumen Boudev has taught painting & drawing at Marygrove College. Originally hailing from Bulgaria, Boudev obtained a bachelors and master degree from the prestigious National Academy of the Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria. His artwork is held in…

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