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Sinisha Labus

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Sinisha Labus


"A Day Off"


"Blue for Two"


"Desert Treasure"


"Desert Birdies"


"Joyful in the Desert"


"Desert Nights"


"Feeling out of Sight"


"Modern Classics"


"Cool Blue"


"Turquoise Accents"


"Early Evening"


"Evening Reflections"


"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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