OK, so I’ve recently discovered that editing my own work helps me discover what I want to do next in terms of new pieces. So, here are the five versions of three of… Continue reading
I know I haven’t been around lately but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t drawing and painting in the meantime. This one is in blue and I like it in blue. I’ll post more… Continue reading
Callie over at Caliegarp did this interview with me and I really enjoyed answering her questions for she’s done an amazing job with it. You can read all about it here: Sonja Barbaric:… Continue reading
I don’t know what is it with me and collages but I love doing them. I haven’t done one in a long time though. So, instead of making a real one (soon) I’ve… Continue reading
I was talking to a friend the other day and he told me he has trouble sleeping. I remember I was painting something at the time, some other painting, can’t remember which. What… Continue reading
Here is another one of my pieces I completely forgot to post. For more pictures click here.
The painting is called “The Nature of Change” and I was going to put a couple of quotes about change into the post too, or maybe say a word or two about how… Continue reading
I just hate it when it happens.
I just finished this one, it’s acrylic on canvas, 65 x 55 cm.
(black and white) (original version) I had a recurrent dream of finding a red ruby in this unknown house that was falling apart. I later found out that the house in… Continue reading
There’s two of them and they look different depending on the time of the day and light. I used spray and acrylic in layers to do it.
I started working on this one way before but I just finished it today. I still haven’t figured it out what makes me abandon a certain idea and then come back to it… Continue reading
Just finished this one. Btw, think I’m in love with my new pencils.
This is the first drawing I made this year and it took me roughly 3 days to finish it because of all the details. I have many people ask me how come I… Continue reading
This painting is another one from the series I mentioned in the post The Observer. It is sort of an attempt to make portraits of people’s inner worlds, thoughts and moods. Since most of… Continue reading
Just finished this one. P.S. Just sold my last piece, ” Promise of a Fallen Star” . Got myself a paycheck for an entire next month so yay me!
Just finished this one, well actuall these two. They’re each 40 x 80 cm and together 80 x 80. Acrylic plus spray on canvas.
This was the the first message someone with a name and a face wrote to me. Others were anonymous. I have an inbox full of confessions from people I never met in my… Continue reading
I almost forgot about this painting and I like how it turned out.
I was smitten by a boy in dim cloak and some heavy armor. a boy when he said he wished never to be seen evaporating came from under his cloak some heavy black… Continue reading
Took 30 minutes to make this one. Ink on paper, 2011.
but, now even more often than seldom, and while she writes her candy letters (with gilded and elegant utensils) out of nowhere (in this well composed mind that streams) random holes with Strange… Continue reading
Pencil on paper, 30 x 40 cm.
My new found friend asked me to do a portrait for his project and told me I can do whatever I wanted to do in terms of how I’ll do… Continue reading
björk by du preez & thornton-jones for jalouse, 2001 “Pagan Poetry” – Bjork Pedalling through The dark currents I find An accurate copy A blueprint Of the pleasure In me Swirling black lilies… Continue reading
Made last night. Pencil on paper.
“What does your sorrow do while you are sleeping? It is awaken and waiting. And, when it loses patience, it wakes you up.” Ivo Andrić, a Bosnian writer, awarded with the Nobel Prize… Continue reading
Portrait of a distorted mind, painted with fingers in 2010. Distortion (noun): 1. “the mistake of misrepresenting the facts / error, fault, mistake - a wrong action attributable to bad judgment or ignorance or inattention.” 2. “(Psychology) a… Continue reading
Mixed media; pencil + acrylic on canvas, 42x60cm)
Albert Camus “The Stranger” “Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday, I can’t be sure.” The opening line of “The Stranger” by Albert Camus.
Pencil on paper, 40 x 30 cm.
Named after a German soldier famous for his exaggerated tales, a Munchausen Syndrome is a “predominantly female disorder in which an emotionally immature person with narcissistic tendencies, low self-esteem and a fragile ego has an… Continue reading
The process of making: 1. Finding an old wood board and sand it in the company of your little helper (my next door neighbour’s 5 year old kid that always drops by and… Continue reading