Mirjana Marsenic Vujovic



I look to nature for inspiration to create abstract paintings that act as reminders that the process of decay and growth simultaneously overlap. I focus on the textures present in our surroundings, such as overgrown bark on trees, moss on rocks, or the weathered abstract textures found on man-made walls and structures in the process of being reclaimed by nature. I photograph segments of these surfaces and use them to create abstract paintings, watercolors, and installations through natural colors, dense textures, and flowing compositions. This exchange between nature and humans is an important reminder to me that we are both fragile and resilient at the same time.


Master of Arts degree from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting, University of Montenegro, in the class of Prof. Ratko Odalović with Distinction
Specialist Studies, School of Contemporary Arts, Pont Aven/ Fall semester – France
Graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje, Department of Painting, in the class of Prof. Branislav Sekulić with an average grade A

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