Work in the field of art

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  •             In early childhood, the only present Mirjana would receive with all her heart was a sketching block and a bunch of brushes which she collected and with which she converted her imagination and creativity into numerous drawings. She keeps them in the covers of her painting holders as most precious memories.
  •             Today, when she has already made some huge steps as a professional artist, Mirjana often goes back to her gentle childhood dreams and converts them into her vivid colored paintings.
  •             Her decision to be a professional artist was obvious when she entered Visual andAppliedArtCollegeinBelgrade(1993-1995). Although she has dedicated herself to pedagogical work as a permanently employed art teacher in a primary school inBelgrade, she directed her love and aspiration to artistic work towards further affirmation by entering the Faculty of Applied Art inBelgrade(mural painting department) in 2003.
  • 1995 (25-29 November): she took part in annual group exhibition “Pivo Karamatijevic” in the town ofUzice.
  • 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007: she had annual exhibitions during her studies at the Faculty of Applied Art inBelgrade.
  • July 2007: she graduated from the Faculty of Applied Art inBelgrade (mural painting department). Her final exhibition took place in Turkish bathroom premises.
  • 2007 (15-25 August): her one-man show “Life and customs of the Indians” in the District art gallery of theMuseum ofApplied Art inBelgrade – inspired by her visit to Indian refuge inCanada.
  • October 17 2007: group exhibition in the town ofTemerin on the occasion of taking part in humanitarian art colony “Jegricka 2007”
  • November 2007: with the status of ULUPUDS (Serbian Association of Applied Arts and Designers candidate)
  • March 11 2008: group exhibition “Mali format” (Small form, in English) in 14 towns inSerbia, starting with its opening in theNationalMuseum in Uzice, Priboj, and Prijepolje…..Novi Sad to the closing exhibition in Singidunum in October 2008.
  • March 29 2008: International exhibition of women painters in the cultural centre in the town ofBor (international competition)
  • April 8 2008: “Tradition in modern art” exhibition in theEthnographicMuseum inBelgrade.
  • 2012: Solo exhibition in Calgary in Canada, named ” Our lives in space and time” PDF catalog
  • WORK OF ARTS
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  • Name of the painting                 Format                        Technique                   Price   
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  • 1. The Mask of an Indian Woman       80×40                       oil on canvas                  200€
  • 2. The Mask of an Indian Man             80×40                      oil on canvas                  200€
  • 3. A Childs View of Indians’ Life       80×60                       oil on canvas                  400€
  • 4. On Butterfly’s Wings                      80×60                       oil on canvas                   400€
  • 5. One Winged Attempt                       80×60                      oil on canvas                   300€
  • 6. Indian Dances                                   70×60                     oil on canvas                    400€
  • 7. The History of the Indians’ Life       70×60                      oil on canvas                  400€
  • 8. Indians Masks and Rituals              100×80                    oil on canvas                   500€
  • 9. Traditional Indian Dances               100×70                     oil on canvas                  600€
  • 10. A View of the Past                        97×107                      oil on paper                    300€
  • 11. Fishing                                           60×40                       oil on canvas                   200€
  • 12. A View of the Future               140×110                          oil on paper                     300€
  • 13. Tradition in Modern Art             80×60                           oil on canvas
  • Mirjana Fustic
  • Belgrade, 88/43 Mokroluska Street
  • Tel: 00381 11 3973 465  Mobtel: 063 8308 316

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