Behchet Sally Danadja from Shoumen
was born on the August 6, 1971 in the village of Yasenkovo. He is a teacher of visual arts at the Professional High School of Chemical Technologies and design in the town of Novi Pazar.
He is the author of the monument of Tsar Samuil in the district of Razgrad and of the bishop Simeon in Shoumen as well as of a relief portrait of Yordan Gospodinov - the first history teacher who had investigated the Second Bulgarian capital city Veliki Preslav.
1990 - he finished the High School of a stone working - Kunino, subject "Art Processing of the Stone".
1999 - graduation at "Bishop Konstantin Preslavski" university - Shoumen, subject "Pedagogic of Fine Arts". He had specialized sculpture.
1993 - Shoumen (drawings)
1996 - Shoumen (small plastic arts)
1997 - Istanbul (small plastic arts and drawings)
1999 - Varna ("Bulcolor" competitive exhibition - sculpture)
2001 - Shoumen (painting)
2004 - Shoumen (ceramic plastic arts and drawings)
Group exhibition - nine exhibitions - in Shoumen, in Edirne (Turkey), in Razgrad, in Targovishte, in Sofia.
Bechet Danadja had participated in the International Sculpture Biennial "The Madara's Horseman" in Shoumen.