▪ In the Plenary

▪ Realization of the painting on the wall in kindergarten “Sima Milosevic” – Vrapce, Zemun

Realization of the painting on the wall in kindergarten “Sima Milosevic” – Vrapce.
1.4 / 3.5 m ” Wonderful Forest ” (September 2017)

▪ Art workshop for children within the manifestation “Days of European Cultural Heritage”

Art workshop for children “To the Glory of the Vine” within the manifestation “Days of European Cultural Heritage”, Gallery Stara kapetanija Zemun (October 2017)

▪ cemetery in Negrišori (2017)

Conservation-restoration works on tombstones from the XIX century and two antique stele from the III century. Company RAS d.o.o, supervision RZZZSK conservator-restorer Desimir Tanović. (November 2017)

LUČANI, CEMETERY IN NEGRIŠORI

Negrišori is a village in the municipality of Lučani, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 549 people.
North of Guca in Dragacevo, one of the largest cemeteries in this region is at a peak somewhat south of the village. The oldest monuments, undated, could be from the 18th century, and
some maybe earlier. In the cemetery there is an antique stela. The older monuments are located in southwestern part, but certainly the oldest part of the cemetery was on the top of the highest part. Among the oldest monuments can be classified as a dashboard-pillar in the upper part of which is a very plastic cross-section. The oldest dated monument is from 1820. There are several more such massive crosses with medallions at the forefront of the arms in which there are performances of different crosses (anchored cross, repeated cross).
From the monument of the Dragačev type, one should single out the large vertical plate of Sreten, the son of Janko Mihailović – moler, with the performance of the horseman, from 1848. There are several monuments of this type with artistic performances, or without them. The monuments from the 1940s of the XIX century have no artistic performances.

 

▪ mosaic Justiniana Prima (2017)

Conservation-restoration works on the mosaic from the Baptistery at the archaeological site Justiniana Prima. Company M SERVICE d.o.o, supervision IPCMRS conservator-restorer Nemanja Smičiklas. (October 2017)

▪ stone Justiniana Prima (2017)

Conservation-restoration works on the stone plastic from the Baptistery at the archaeological site Justiniana Prima. Company M SERVICE d.o.o, supervision IPCMRS conservator-restorer Desimir Tanović. (August-Sept 2017)

JUSTINIANA PRIMA

Justiniana Prima (Latin: Iustiniana Prima, Serbian: Јустинијана Прима/Justinijana Prima or Царичин Град/Caričin Grad) was a Byzantine city that existed from 535 to 615, and currently an archaeological site, near today’s Lebane, Leskovacdistrict in southern Serbia. It was founded by Emperor Justinian I and served as the seat of an Archbishopric that had jurisdiction of the Central Balkans.
In 1979, Justiniana Prima was added to the Archaeological Sites of Exceptional Importance-list, protected by Republic of Serbia.
The establishment of the Archbishopric is mentioned in Justinian’s own Novel XI from 535, when he promotes the Metropolitan to an Archbishop, independent from the Archbishop of Thessalonica. The establishment is seen as part of the feud between Justinian and the Archbishop of Eastern Illyricum, who was a papal vicar.[1]
The city was founded by Emperor Justinian I. It existed from the 530s to 615 and was designed as a splendid bishop’s seat. The city was a completely new foundation in honour of the nearby village of Tauresium, the birthplace of Justinian. According to Procopius Bederiana, the birthplace of Justinian’s uncle and mentor Justin I was nearby. There has been a long debate about the identification of these historical places. The huge correlation between the archaeological site and the description by Procopius as well as finds of seals of the bishop of Iustiniana Prima are strong arguments for an identification of Justiniana Prima with Caricin Grad.[3]
The city planning combined classical and Christian elements: thermae, a forum, and streets with colonnades. Typical Mediterranean features went along with numerous churches.
Justinian himself ordered the foundation of the city by law in 535, establishing the Archbishopric of Justiniana Prima, making it at the same time the capital of the prefecture of Illyricum instead of Thessaloniki (although this is disputed among historians). It also was chosen as the seat of the Dacian diocese.
The town was abandoned at around 615. Invading Avars coming from north of the Danube may be one factor, missing political interest in the town after the time of Justinian may be another. Among many other imported finds the presence of 2 pieces of a specific type of fibulae[4] and handmade pottery have been understood as an indication of the presence of Slavs already before the Avar incursion.[5]
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17 – 28. X 2018- Gallery Stara kapetanija, Zemun

SOLO EXHIBITION

17 – 28. X 2018- Gallery Stara kapetanija, Zemun

SOLO EXHIBITION

▪ Conservation-restauration of church luster (2017)

Conservation-restoration of church luster of the Ružica Church at Kalemegdan, Belgrade. The head of the works prof. Miroljub Stamenković (July 2017)

RUŽICA CHURCH, KALEMEGDAN

Ružica Church (tran. Little Rose Church) is a Serbian Orthodox church located in the Belgrade Fortress, in Belgrade, Serbia. A church of the same name existed on the site in the time of Stefan Lazarević. It was demolished in 1521 by the invading Ottoman Turks. The church was used as a gunpowder magazine in the 18th century, and was converted into a military church between 1867 and 1869. Heavily damaged during the First World War, the church was renovated in 1925 by Russian architect Nikolay Krasnov.[1] The iconostasis was carved by Kosta Todorović, and the icons painted by Rafailo Momčilović. The walls were covered in paintings by Andrej Bicenko, a Russian artist.[2]
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▪ Private house, Belgrade

Conservation-restoration works on the stone plastic of the facade. (June 2017)

▪ The conservation-restoration of the decorative frame

▪ Blooming No.16 (comb. tech, 6/7,5 cm, 2012.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.15 (comb. tech, 6/7,5 cm, 2012.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.14 (comb. tech, 6/7,5 cm, 2012.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.13 (comb. tech, 6/6 cm, 2012.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.12 (comb. tech, 6/6 cm, 2012.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.11 (comb. tech, 12/16 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.10 (comb. tech, 12/15 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.9 (comb. tech, 12/17 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.8 (comb. tech, 12/13 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.7 (comb. tech, 12/13 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.6 (comb. tech, 12/13 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.5 (comb. tech, 12/13 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.4 (comb. tech, 10/10 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.3 (comb. tech, 10/10 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.2 (comb. tech, 10/10 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ Blooming No.1 (comb. tech, 10/10 cm, 2011.)

The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
The work is from the opus of works ‘’Landscapes of the Soul’’.

▪ opus Heart- Shaped

The pictures are made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper. The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.

▪ Gallery Sculpture Br

Gallery sculptures are cast in brass (Br) in a series of 10
+ A copy of the author

▪ Gallery Sculpture Al

Gallery sculptures are cast in aluminium (Al) in a series of 10
+ A copy of the author

▪ Sculpture No.4

paper, 21/ 29 cm, 2012.

▪ Sculpture No.3

paper, 21/ 29 cm, 2010.

▪ Gallery Sculpture No.2

paper, 21/ 29 cm, 2010- 16.

▪ Young Man

  • polished Br
  • 17,5 – 20 – 14 cm
  • 646 g
  • Gallery sculptures are cast in brass (Br) in a series of 10 + A copy of the author
  • brass (Br)
  • 1/10
  • 2016.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.40

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.39

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.38

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.37

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.36

  • dimension of the work 12,5 – 12,5 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.35

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.34

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.33

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.32

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.31

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.30

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.29

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.28

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.27

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.26

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.25

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.

▪ Heart-Shaped No.24

  • dimension of the work 11 – 11 cm
  • framed dimensions 20 – 20 – 2,5 cm
  • The picture is made in the combined technique of watercolors and embroidery on japan paper.
    The motif is taken from the ornaments of medieval Christian cultural heritage.
  • 2017.