My artwork is about perception; seeing things differently, a combination of real objects yet unreal lines and colors, the softness of shapes and hard lines around and between them, unusual angles and details of common things that surround me, the simplicity of objects and the complexity of recreating them. I want my work to reflect my thoughtfulness and sense of order. For me, creating a picture is like putting a puzzle together – a process that requires different approaches to find the right combination. When completed it needs to work in harmony and evoke an aesthetically pleasing feeling of elegance.
Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1963.
Graduated from the Academy of Pedagogics at University of Ljubljana in Art and History, 1986.
Undergraduate studies at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio, 1991-92, 1995-96.
Lives and works in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Her work has been on display in her native Slovenia, the Slovenian Embassy in Washington, D.C.,
and Slovenian Cultural Centers in Cleveland, OH, Lemont, IL and Bethlehem, PA.
In Wisconsin she exhibited at the Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts at UWM, Katie Gingrass Gallery in Milwaukee and Door County, The Gilded Edge Lakeshore Gallery in Shorewood, Great MPTV Auction and at the MOWA Members Show. In Whitefish Bay she participated in the Rain Barrel Street Art Project and Community Birdhouse Art Project.