Our Artists


Michael O'Brien

posted Apr 23, 2012, 7:17 PM by Dragan Boscovic


Slobodan Bobi Vidovic

posted Mar 14, 2012, 10:51 AM by Dragan Boscovic   [ updated Jul 17, 2013, 9:06 PM by Katarina Boscovic ]


Born on the 22nd February 1974 in Bosanska Gradiska, Bobi graduated from the Art Academy of Banjaluka in 2002, having been taught by professor Ratko Lalic in the Painting Department. He has participated in various artistic colonies and exhibited his work in Bosnia, Serbia, France and the United States.

In 2000, Bobi won 1st Prize at the exhibition of Bosnian Fine Arts students, organised by the International Union of the Red Cross at the MAK Gallery in Sarajevo.
Currently he lives and works in Banja Luka as a freelance artist.

Stone, Bill

posted Mar 14, 2012, 10:49 AM by Dragan Boscovic   [ updated Jul 17, 2013, 9:08 PM by Katarina Boscovic ]



Bill Stone
T
he paintings of artist Bill Stone are dense with feeling. Energetic thick strokes create a weight and sense of elegance to his vibrant abstract works and adds vital spirit to his expressive figures.

Mr. Stone's work invites the viewer to become lost in a myriad of color, texture and movement while challenging internal reflection, emotion and response. As a radically observant artist, Mr. Stone is able to conceptualize his passionate instincts onto the canvas, capturing the power of universal breath and vitality.


Milan Stasevic

posted Mar 14, 2012, 10:46 AM by Dragan Boscovic


Born in Vojvode Stepe in the Banat region in 1946, Milos obtained his diploma in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade (1975). He has been a member of ULUS since 1977 and a member of The Graphic Art Collective since 1978. He is currently employed as a professor of drawing and painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad but also lives and works in Belgrade.






 

Rada Selakovic

posted Mar 14, 2012, 10:45 AM by Dragan Boscovic

Born in Belgrade in 1952, she became a member of ULUS (1977) and graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts (1979) after which she was awarded two scholarships; one from the Greek Government for the embellishment of Greece (1980-81), and another from the Fullbright Program at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York (1985-89).









Kemal Ramujkic

posted Mar 11, 2012, 8:17 PM by Dragan Boscovic   [ updated Apr 29, 2012, 11:57 AM ]

Born in 1947 in Podgorica (Montenegro) Kemal is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade and has been exhibiting his work since 1973.







Zoran Pavlovic

posted Mar 11, 2012, 8:14 PM by Dragan Boscovic

Zoran was born in Skoplje on the 14th March 1932. He is a graduate in History of Art at the Faculty of Philosophy and the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Between 1958 and 1971, he juggled his painting activities with working as an Art critic and later, in 1978, he published a book entitled "The World of Colour" in which he develops his theoretical ideas about Art and delves into his personal experiences as a painter.
Zoran was a professor in History of Art at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade until 1978, and since then he has become a professor in Painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Other than oil, aquarelle and drawing, Zoran also works with tapestries and glass windows. He is a member of the International association of Art Critics. 

Rajko Popivoda

posted Mar 11, 2012, 8:13 PM by Dragan Boscovic

Rajko was born in Belgrade (1953) where he graduated from the Faculty of Fine Art (1975) and became a member of ULUS in 1977. 










Dusan Otasevic

posted Mar 11, 2012, 8:12 PM by Dragan Boscovic

Dusan Otasevic

Born in Belgrade in 1940, Dusan has a diploma in Painting from the class of professor Ljubica-Cuca Sokic at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade (1966). He has organised both collective and individual exhibitions in Yugoslavia and abroad since 1965.
Dusan has also won a number of awards for his work:
  • Politika prize (1985)
  • SANU prize from the Ivan Tabakovic Foundation (1992)
  • Painting award at the October Salon (1993)

Dusan B Markovic

posted Mar 11, 2012, 8:11 PM by Dragan Boscovic

Born in Belgrade in 1948, he is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts (1974) where he
also received his Masters in Art (1997).
His artistic aptitude extends to Sculptures and Drawings as well as
Painting and he has organised many individual exhibitions at cultural centres around Serbia and Belgium.

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