Dušan Djukarić is a Serbian watercolor artist known for his loose, expressive style and his masterful use of brushes. His paintings are characterized by their vibrant colors, bold compositions, and sense of movement.
One of Djukarić’s most striking techniques is his use of dry brush. In dry brush painting, the artist uses a brush that is almost dry of paint, resulting in a textured, scratchy effect. Djukarić uses dry brush to great effect in his paintings, adding depth and interest to his compositions.
Another of Djukarić’s signature techniques is his use of multiple washes of color. He often builds up layers of color, one on top of the other, until he achieves the desired effect. This technique gives his paintings a richness and complexity that is truly stunning.
Djukarić’s brushwork is not only technically impressive but also expressive. His brushes seem to dance across the paper, capturing the energy and movement of his subjects. His paintings are full of life and convey a sense of joy and wonder.
Djukarić’s style is well-suited to watercolor painting, as it allows him to express himself freely and capture the spontaneity of the moment. His paintings are a celebration of the beauty of the world around him, and they are sure to inspire and delight viewers of all ages.
Born in 1971, he studied at the Academy of Arts in Belgrade. A member of ULUPUDS, with the status of an independent artist. In addition to Serbia, Dušan has exhibited and had very significant solo and group exhibitions in Switzerland, France, China, Italy, Spain, Great Britain, Taiwan, Austria, Pakistan, etc.
He was invited as a judge several times in Turkey, at the International Watercolorists Competition. He has won numerous awards for his work. His artworks have been selected and featured in a large number of catalogs within the International Watercolor Association.
Furthermore, his achievements have secured him a place in the encyclopedic edition “Successful People of Serbia”, published by OXFORD WORLDWIDE PRESS, thereby confirming his status among the distinguished 3000 individuals included in the edition.