The item has been added to your cart

Dragomir Mišina

Everything is Going to Be Alright 3

Acrylic and Pencil on paper
115 x 150 cm

  • signed and dated
  • exhibited: 2020 The Summer After, 44AD artspace, 4 Abbey Street, Bath; Gift of Summer Days, 44AD artspace, 4 Abbey Street, Bath; 2019 Hide and Seek, Aldgate House, London; 2017 Smokescreen, 44AD artspace, 4 Abbey Street, Bath; 2016 Line of Colour, 44AD artspace, 4 Abbey Street, Bath; 2015 at first glance, The Pound Arts Centre, Corsham; 2014 Alice, 44AD artspace, Lower Borough Walls, Bath; 2013 Last Supper, 44AD artspace, Lower Borough Walls, Bath; 2012 Ring a Ring o’ Roses, 44AD artspace, Lower Borough Walls, Bath
  • Selected Artworks
  • Certificate
  • Insured Shipping
  • 14 Days Return Policy
  • Secure Online Payment

about the artist

Dragomir Mišina

, Kroatien

“His expansive paintings are an exploration of colour, texture, mark making and the process of painting itself. Concerned with the delicate balance of chaos and order, they combine deliberation and chance, functioning as a diagram of layers, marks and colours creating gateways into make-believe worlds. After leaving Croatia, Dragomir graduated in 2012 with a First in Fine Art Painting from Bath School of Art and Design, Bath Spa University,UK. Since then Dragomir’s art practice has been based at 44AD studio where he is proactive member of 44AD’s art community. Dragomir’s work has been exhibited widely nationally and internationally and published in books and magazines. In early 2014 Dragomir was selected from 6,440 entries to show work for the Saatchi Art exhibition in London 'In Glorious Colour’. His work is also part of the ongoing Saatchi Gallery Screen project. In the 2016 edition, Dragomir’s work was extensively published in The New Collectors Book; a New York based Annual Art Publication. Dragomir was the winner of the prestigious Evolver Wessex Artist Award at RWA’s 161st Annual Open Exhibition in Bristol and he was selected as one of the top 10 finalists for the Bridgeman Studio Award 2018. Dragomir has paintings in private collections in Europe, Asia, North America (including Agnes Gund Collection) and South America. Dragomir’s work has been purchased by Bath Spa University and is now part of their permanent collection.”

back to overview