Family Tree
Family Tree

21x21

Acrylics, photography, stamps, glue on cardboard

This is one of the most personal works for me. It consists of bits and pieces that I managed to save from my childhood. Here, tree branches depict time in a rather literal way. They hold images of the past: my grandmother, myself as a kid, stamps from a country that does not exist anymore.

Stojanka
Stojanka

11x27

Photography, inks, markers, spray paints, various mediums, acrylics on canvas

This work is a further investigation of the meaning of direction. Three photos of my grandmother depict alternative life paths, the abstract “directed” lines are designed to give some sort of artistic meaning to those alternatives.

Wooden tray
Wooden tray

8.5x10.5

Vintage wooden tray, glue, photography

Lost and rescued
Lost and rescued

60x30

Acrylics, spray paints, plaster, glue, inks, old newspaper, photography, various mediums on canvas

This was an attempt to rescue the feeling of the past. In the center is my grandmother, who took care of me when I was a child. She is surrounded by rather abstract forms, that to me represent time and her feeling of the world. 

Afternoon
Afternoon

18x24

Acrylics, rope, various mediums on wooden board

In wonderland
In wonderland

48x36

Inks, acrylics, watercolors, paper collage, glue, photography, various mediums on canvas

This painting is my attempt to honestly depict an inner life of one of my close friends, who seemed to spend much of her time in a sort of alternative universe. Through this very specific goal, I was trying to tackle the idea of the other dimension, a mythical space without a protagonist, where humans often exist without being aware of it.

Princess Clown
Princess Clown

72x60
Acrylics, fabrics on canvas

This painting has a personal story: I wanted to be a princess for an elementary school masquerade, but my grandmother could not afford a real costume. She made a princess dress out of her own clothes, and drew hearts with her shaky hands on my cheeks. For other kids who made fun of me - I looked like a clown.

Through this singular moment I wanted to show the whole life that is yet to come for that girl.

Freedom is all I want
Freedom is all I want

60x48

Acrylics on canvas

This is my grandmother today, with her unremarkable yet powerful stare that makes you wonder of her life story. The story can be seen through her sad eyes. She and her family were captured during the Second World War by the Nazis and taken to the concentration camp for 5 years. My grandma told me that every night as a child she would look through the metal bars and wish she could become a bird and fly to freedom.

Rima
Rima

72x60

Acrylics, paper collage, glue on canvas

This painting is dedicated to the memory of my beautiful childhood friend who has passed away.

Saveta
Saveta

This is my grandmother Saveta who passed away earlier this year. In her memory I wanted to paint her and say thank you for helping me during my childhood with food, clothes and money.

60x48

Acrylics, textile on canvas

Mother and Child
Mother and Child

60x48

Acrylics, fabrics, human hair on canvas

Darko
Darko

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Buda
Buda

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Coka
Coka

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas 

Soul in the shadow
Soul in the shadow

30x20

Acrylics, oils, spray paints on canvas

Stare
Stare

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Mother
Mother

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Tito's pioneer
Tito's pioneer

30x20

Oils, acrylics, spray paints on canvas

Girl in the veil
Girl in the veil

30x20

Acrylics, oils, spray paints on canvas

Minja
Minja

30x20

Acrylics on canvas

Tommi
Tommi

30x20

Acrylics on canvas

Prozivka iz kraja
Prozivka iz kraja

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Family Tree
Stojanka
Wooden tray
Lost and rescued
Afternoon
In wonderland
Princess Clown
Freedom is all I want
Rima
Saveta
Mother and Child
Darko
Buda
Coka
Soul in the shadow
Stare
Mother
Tito's pioneer
Girl in the veil
Minja
Tommi
Prozivka iz kraja
Family Tree

21x21

Acrylics, photography, stamps, glue on cardboard

This is one of the most personal works for me. It consists of bits and pieces that I managed to save from my childhood. Here, tree branches depict time in a rather literal way. They hold images of the past: my grandmother, myself as a kid, stamps from a country that does not exist anymore.

Stojanka

11x27

Photography, inks, markers, spray paints, various mediums, acrylics on canvas

This work is a further investigation of the meaning of direction. Three photos of my grandmother depict alternative life paths, the abstract “directed” lines are designed to give some sort of artistic meaning to those alternatives.

Wooden tray

8.5x10.5

Vintage wooden tray, glue, photography

Lost and rescued

60x30

Acrylics, spray paints, plaster, glue, inks, old newspaper, photography, various mediums on canvas

This was an attempt to rescue the feeling of the past. In the center is my grandmother, who took care of me when I was a child. She is surrounded by rather abstract forms, that to me represent time and her feeling of the world. 

Afternoon

18x24

Acrylics, rope, various mediums on wooden board

In wonderland

48x36

Inks, acrylics, watercolors, paper collage, glue, photography, various mediums on canvas

This painting is my attempt to honestly depict an inner life of one of my close friends, who seemed to spend much of her time in a sort of alternative universe. Through this very specific goal, I was trying to tackle the idea of the other dimension, a mythical space without a protagonist, where humans often exist without being aware of it.

Princess Clown

72x60
Acrylics, fabrics on canvas

This painting has a personal story: I wanted to be a princess for an elementary school masquerade, but my grandmother could not afford a real costume. She made a princess dress out of her own clothes, and drew hearts with her shaky hands on my cheeks. For other kids who made fun of me - I looked like a clown.

Through this singular moment I wanted to show the whole life that is yet to come for that girl.

Freedom is all I want

60x48

Acrylics on canvas

This is my grandmother today, with her unremarkable yet powerful stare that makes you wonder of her life story. The story can be seen through her sad eyes. She and her family were captured during the Second World War by the Nazis and taken to the concentration camp for 5 years. My grandma told me that every night as a child she would look through the metal bars and wish she could become a bird and fly to freedom.

Rima

72x60

Acrylics, paper collage, glue on canvas

This painting is dedicated to the memory of my beautiful childhood friend who has passed away.

Saveta

This is my grandmother Saveta who passed away earlier this year. In her memory I wanted to paint her and say thank you for helping me during my childhood with food, clothes and money.

60x48

Acrylics, textile on canvas

Mother and Child

60x48

Acrylics, fabrics, human hair on canvas

Darko

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Buda

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Coka

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas 

Soul in the shadow

30x20

Acrylics, oils, spray paints on canvas

Stare

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Mother

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

Tito's pioneer

30x20

Oils, acrylics, spray paints on canvas

Girl in the veil

30x20

Acrylics, oils, spray paints on canvas

Minja

30x20

Acrylics on canvas

Tommi

30x20

Acrylics on canvas

Prozivka iz kraja

30x20

Oils, acrylics on canvas

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