Veronique Ivanović | Atlanta, GA @vivanovic2 Veronique Ivanović, K75 is a citizen of the world who started creating art at a young age. She was born and lived in Paris/France, London/Great Britain, then moved the United States. She has been a professor/interpreter and volunteer of French language in New York City, and Atlanta, where she resides. Discovering and taking a…
Don Bergland’s psychological creations rely upon the viewer’s internal ability to engage willingly in the process of metaphysical reflection. His dark images, featuring youthful characters, aged mentors, oddly assembled creatures, and quaintly juxtaposed objects, are rendered in precise detail in captured moments of frozen time, mechanical statements voicing eternity, death, childhood, and absurdity in the unfolding of the human drama, an uneasy combination laid before the viewer in a exposure of theatrical puppetry.
My works show my surrealistic dialogue with myself and reflect my vision of contemporary realities and problems of our modern world.
I grew up in an Art home with a Photographer Father, an Elementary School Art Teacher Mother, and Artistic Sister and Brother. Art was always a huge part of my life so going to the Art school where my parents met was probably meant to be. I studied Illustration at Philadelphia College of Art (when it was called that) and then got side tracked in Advertising when I graduated.