The most beautiful moments in life are:
– brief but memorable
– most often exist in our memory
In life, it is necessary to have a goal, but do not forget to enjoy the journey. The most beautiful moments in life happen in the journey.
One of my older works “Burst of light after the rain” (acrylic on canvas). A painting of my hometown after the rain, I hope you like it.
If today you see the sun, say hello.
If you have a lot of work, I know that you have to, so do it.
Just don’t forget to take at least five minutes for yourself and enjoy every second of it.
New painting finished.
For me, life has always been more than existence.
– The search for happiness through color and shape
– To discover or create something joyful or even sad, but always genuine.
– To see the world in full range of colors, and when it appears dull, to make it interesting.
New painting finished “More than a existence”.
So, I always wanted to visit Paris and last summer my wish came true.
I honestly think that Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world!
Amazing food, beautiful architecture and I was positively surprised with how Parisians are nice and helpful.
One of the things I had to do as an artist is of course visit Louvre Museum and The Orsay Museum (Musée D’Orsay), among the other museums and art galleries.
For my taste, Musée D’Orsay was the most interesting of them all. There I enjoyed seeing some of the paintings of great impressionistic painters like Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and of course the great Paul Cézanne.
After seeing all that amazing artworks, naturally I was inspired and had to paint my version of Paris.
I’m posting a few pictures of work in progress and of course finished painting.
I hope you like it and if you ever get the chance to visit Paris I truly recommend you doing it.
Last year I was visiting a friend, who is also a very talented photographer, Nemanja from Sremska Mitrovica.
(Sremska Mitrovica or Sirmium is a small town located in the province of Vojvodina, Serbia. It’s one of the oldest cities in Europe.)
It was nice weather so we opted for a short trip to Novi Sad, since I never been there before.
After a short ride through national park Fruska Gora, with a few stops so he could take some photos, we arrived in Novi Sad. Upon entering the city and a brief tour of Petrovaradin Fortress, we crossed the bridge over the Danube river, that leads to the city center.
We spent some time there strolling around the city, visiting some of the local galleries and enjoying our time.
Even though I enjoyed my visit to the beautiful city of Novi Sad, for some reason the image of that bridge strewn with the sunlight got stuck in my head so I created this painting as my personal impression of that bridge.
I used a few photos as a reference, but mostly I painted from memory.
I hope you like it.
By the way, here are some photos taken by my friend. You can follow him on Instagram
You can also follow me on Instagram if you want @zlatkomusic
Last painting from series of abstract landscapes. I really enjoyed working on this commissioned series of paintings and I’m happy with the final results.
A client who ordered paintings recently told me that they are gifts for her friends, so the first one will go to New York, second to London and the third to Belgrade. I hope that they will like their gift as I liked creating them.