Art Shows – War Paintings

My art is a reflection of my response to the unimaginable destruction, brutality, and darkness that I witnessed during times of war. Every stroke of the brush is a spontaneous expression of the emotions that surged within me, creating a raw and powerful representation of my experiences. To truly appreciate my work, you must allow yourself to be enveloped in the same intense feelings that drove me to create it. Only then can you truly grasp the profound meaning and depth behind each piece. By exploring the tragedy that has shaped my perspective, we can celebrate the beauty of life and the strength of the human spirit.
Marking 20 years since the genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Loyola University’s – Sullivan Center – 6339 N. Sheridan, Chicago
, October 19th 2012
More About Show Review: Chicago Bosnian Community Says No Peace Without JusticeChicago Bosnian Community Says No Peace Without Justice By Ellyn Fortino

To Fear or Not to Fear
The Art Center of Highland Park, Highland Park, USA
Art exhibit presented by L.I.P.A.
May 26, 2007 to June 25, 2007.
About Exhibition

Ten Years After
Art Exhibition and Presentation at the United Nations
The United Nations Headquarters
Group Exhibition, New York, USA, July 11, 2005 through July 31, 2005.
More about show

Echoes of Complicity
An art exhibit dedicated to the victims of Srebrenica
Lipa Gallery, Group Exhibition, Chicago, USA, July 9. 2005.
About Exhibition

Art reflects pain of Bosnian victims, By Manya A. Brachear – Tribune staff reporter

Pandora Meets Sarajevo: 
Reclamations for a Wounded World
Line Drive Gallery, Evanston, 13. March 2005.
Paintings by Ginny Sykes, 
Duyen Thi-Phuong Nguyen, Caroline Anderson and Samir Bisevic
Pandora Meets Sarajevo

Old New Borrowed Blue
Lipa Gallery
Chicago, February 4. 2005.
Group Exhibition, Chicago, USA
About Exhibition

Participating in The Tile Project
Destination: The World, 2004.
Selected Tiles

Bosnian American Cultural Association, 2002.
Solo Exhibition, Chicago, U.S.A.

The Life and Tragedy
Bosnian American Cultural Association, 1997.
Solo Exhibition, Chicago, USA.

Sound of Silence
University of Michigan 1995 Three People Exhibition,
Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.

The 105
Council of Bosniak Intellectuals 1994.
Three People Exhibition
Zeljko Filipovic, Muhamed Ceif and Samir Biscevic
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovinia.

Museum of Literature and Theater Arts 
of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1994.
Group Exhibition, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovinia .

Art Auction & Exhibition
Group Exhibition, Sarajevo, 1992.
Bosnia and Herzegovinia.