<p>Born in Croatia in 1958, Tony Belobrajdic is a full-time figurative artist. He started exhibiting in late seventies and had his first solo show in 1983, Croatia. Tony relocated to New York in 1987 where he continued his art practice. He has been living and working as a Freelance Artist in Sydney since 1989. Tony divides his time between his studios in Sydney and Croatia, exhibits both in Sydney and Europe regularly. He also teaches and conducts painting workshops in Sydney. Oils and watercolors have been the mediums of choice. Etchings is the latest medium being explored and studied with a great passion.</p>
<p>A monochromatic blue vase sits restfully on a table in this contemporary artwork.</p>
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