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Sinisha Labus



"Red Convertible"


"Black Car"


"Red Corvette Diner"


"Blue Convertible"


"The Pool"


"Blue Sky Mustang"


"Blue for Two"


"Desert Nights"


"Desert Birdies"


"Modern Classics"


"Clear Day"


"Desert Stars"


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Sinisha Labus
(b. 1971 Yugoslavia)

     Sinisha’s artistic talent became apparent at an early age and he was accepted at a prestigious private art school in Belgrade with an emphasizes on the Flemish and Old Masters, with this excellent training, he became a master in the fine arts. His works have been exhibited in international galleries and his paintings are prized by collectors world-wide.

     Sinisha also had the honor of studying under the renowned Yugoslavian hyper-realistic artist Dragan Tapi. This experience inspired Sinisha to branch out into painting realistic contemporary subjects, currently he is painting stunning mid-century American classic cars as well as other midcentury icons such as the colorful 50s Jukebox. Jones & Terwilliger Galleries proudly represents his paintings in California. 


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