The murals presented on this page were made using the same technique: mixed
tempera, soft pastel) on special paper, with plastic protective coat, merged under pressure
and heat in
industrial press. Each painting was made in sections 1.2 x 2,4 m and pasted on wooden panel boards.
This technique was author's invention, meeting the demands for artworks in public spaces like congress centers, hotels or theathers: to be resistant to the fire, with smooth but hard surface and easy to transport and install on site, despite the size of the final work.
THE TREE OF LIFE - size 32 x 11,5 m. Work was made in
1990-91, for the main entrance hall of Accra International Conference
The mythical Tree of life is the central motif, surrounded with the scenes from everyday life, the symbols and artefacts tippical for the Ghana.
THE MEDEVIAL DUBROVNIK - Mural mounted on safety stage curtain, size 5 x
14 meters, 1987..
The work presents the scenes from the rich merchant city and independant Republic of Dubrovnik, its inhabitants in daily activities, wearing the clothes of the time and elements of the city architecture.
DALMATIA - size 20 x 2,2 meters. In the same coast town where the artist was born, and inside the same hotel for which he made the interior design proyect in 1965, the mural showing scenes and people from towns, peasants and fisherman, real and fantastic, was made in 1987..
THE PEOPLE OF GABON - size 5 x 14 meters, 1977.
The Conference palace was built to accommodate the 14th Summit of the Organization of
African Unity, but demolished in 2014 to make place for the new presidential palace.
The destiny of the mural is unknown.
The mural represents the development of the country, starting with the scenes from traditional way of life on the bottom of the composition, and ending with scenes presenting achivements in industry, construction of roads and dams etc. on the top, where is the state coat of arms.