Bojan Jevtić’s photography wall art is a symbiosis of nature and portraits, mostly of women.
Bojan is a Serbian visual artist. Born in Belgrade, he has had a long, illustrious career. His artworks were featured in the book Masters of Contemporary Fine Art along with art from other famous artists all over the world.
Bojan’s process is to work on digital photos, making extensive use of textures, computer effects, and digital painting tools. The result is magical and unsettling.
Surreal Photography Wall Art
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A better, more beautiful world
“Art is an essential need of every thinking being,” Bojan says. “The desire to create a better and more beautiful world and that makes us better and more purposeful people.”
From the beginning
“I have been doing art for a long time and some beginnings are from the earliest days of my life,” Bojan recalls.
Photography wall art influenced by life
Bojan says he is influenced by everything around him. People, nature, urban areas, rural areas, books, music… are the best mentors. “Art liberates what is in us,” he says. “I always looked for art in my own experience.”
One of Bojan’s pieces is a part of a great art project — “Timeless Immortal Art”. He was one of only sixty artists selected from around the world to participate.
The project primarily involves the installation of terracotta tiles in the small village of Merì (Sicily). There will no longer be plaques on the walls indicating the streets and squares of the city, but sixty artworks that will transform it into an external open-air museum. Each artist will become the testimonial of a street in the city and will have the gift of immortality because his or her name will recall a street or a square.
“I would like people to view my art and experience some emotion,” Bojan says. “The art observer is part of the work of art, too.”
See Bojan’s latest works
Bojan’s art is created from digital photos, with textures, computer effects, and digital painting, printed on canvas. His work is a symbiosis of nature and portraits, mostly of women. “Nature and women are two of the most inspiring moments of visual art,” Bojan says.
To see Bojan’s latest photography wall art, visit Saatchi Art >