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I simply paint what I love, or find to be beautiful and what I’m passionate about. I do try to keep within a theme so that I can maintain a cohesive body of work. If the subject doesn’t fit within my current body of work, I write down the idea anyway in case it will fit into a future series. In what ways is your art connected to or influenced by your lifestyle? Life outside of art? When I’m not painting or drawing, I’m thinking about my next painting or series of paintings, or reading books from the 19th century written about painting and drawing.
Did you have any teachers and artists who were/are inspirational to you? What sources do you use to make your creative juices flow? I started drawing and painting in my final year of high school. My first drawing teacher at University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, Manitoba), Ivan Eyre, was incredibly important to my development. He taught me how to really see what I am looking at. I learned how to draw with him. Later, at Concordia University (Montreal, Quebec), Carol Wainio and Guido Molinari had a big impact on the way I think about making art.
I’ve always had a need to express myself using visual images, long before I was aware of their significance. I am self-taught. Growing up in the '70s and '80s in Yugoslavia, I didn’t have easy access to art books or magazines and the school curriculum focused mostly on art theory. One of the first magazines I fell in love with when I moved to America, and still read cover to cover, was The Artist’s Magazine. They cover every genre, every medium, and offer indispensable tips. What subjects interest you the most?
Creating Jazz Bass Lines by Jim stinnett