Watercolors by Ugljesa Janjic

Boulder based city and landscape painter and international architect Ugljesa Janjic brings to life the rich colors and energy of Colorado’s lively urban city streets, unique architecture and the West’s magnificent mountains, vast plains, vibrant streams, cool rivers, mysterious forests and rural valleys.

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Workshops

Ugljesa Janjic offers  watercolor workshops and classes periodically and on different locations. For more information please contact Ugljesa at (303) 551-4528, or via email at ugljesajanjic@gmail.com

Classes:

  • Cost: $80
  • Duration: 2 hours

Workshops:

  • Cost: $350
  • Duration: Two days

 

About Ugljesa Janjic

ugljesajanjicBorn in Belgrade, Serbia in 1958, Ugljesa Janjic came to the United States to attend the University of Washington’s architectural program in Seattle. At that time watercolor was the preferred medium for architectural illustration because of its rapid application and efficiency. In his post-graduate years, Janjic meandered through many jobs – from urban planning to graphic design, architecture and interior design – and through three continents and multiple cultures. Throughout these stages and transitions, the constant was always his thirst to express his creativity in watercolor painting. Thus began a lifelong passion that has taken him far beyond rendering homes and office buildings into scenes of urban life and the pastoral, idyllic Rocky Mountains of the West.

Watercolors require skilled timing in application, and Janjic found that the urgent nature of their application suited his personality and sensibilities. He believes in the beauty of the moment, of the uncomplicated, and trusts that the eye will fill in the blanks perfectly to complete the story on canvas.

Since 2001, Janjic has lived in the Front Range of Colorado in Gunbarrel, between Boulder and Longmont.

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