I paint for myself, because I must. It’s like breathing. If I was forbidden to paint, I would be left without air.
The pictorial and compositional structure of Zoran Music (Gorizia, Italy, 1909) addresses the essential. As his cycles of painting demonstrate, the Karstic landscapes, horses, the tragic experiences of his imprisonment and the sunlit Venetian lagoon, all cohabitate in perfect equilibrium. And lastly, even his Being is transfigured into splendid portraits. The result is a symphony of concrete and interior experiences transformed into painting…works that speak of remote experiences, a narration on his entire lifetime.Full Biography