Marking another welcome stylistic alteration in Vesselin’s style is this captivating cycle incorporating charcoal drawn caricatures with some of his least abstract drawings and color schemes. In The Prayer, an expressionistic but nonetheless discernable church housing a fireplace sits surrounded by the forms of birds, fish, and several praying women imbuing the artwork with several folkloric and spiritual qualities. So precious is this particular work that Vesselin and his wife have opted to keep the work for their personal collection and never sell it. Such a course of action signifies the impact that the works in this cycle can convey. Even the far more abstract works display the mind-capturing color schemes that make Vesselin’s work so captivating.