2005-The Passion’s motif , The 3th competition exhibition “ Pasionska bastina” Museum Mimara Zagreb, Croacia
2005- The Exhibition of the drawing, Mirko Sevic, “Museum Kozara” Prijedor, Bosna and Hercsgovina
2006- The Exhibition of the drawing, Mirko Sevic “Gallery Topusko” Topusko, Croacia
2007- Exhibition, the Society for Art of Imagination, Mall Galeries, London UK
2008. The Passion's motif, the 4th Competition exhibition "Pasionska bastina" Museum Mimara, Zagreb, Croatia
2008. Exhibition Nada Matijevic and Mirko Sevic,Library SKD-"Prosvjeta" Zagreb, Croatia
About Me :
I am a painter of the darkness for a drop of good.
Irretrievably, I immersed into the darkest corners of spiritual destructiveness of a human being in hope to describe it, to stay for a while. Humbleness of those who suffer captured my sensibility.
I resist nit, I seek for the way out.
My images tried to be a message, no one replied.
Now, they are just a scream and I am not sure anyone can hear it.
I was born at Velika Kladusa, Bosna and Hercegovina. As ten years boy I got a price from famous painter Krsto hegedusic and Ivan Generalic. After finishing Law studies when I was able to have material backgrounds, slowly I started to return to painting by eveloping specific technique of expression. On 1989 I started to work seriously with intention to show and share my work with audience. Sincethat I live at the area of ex- Yugoslavia, all the tragic evens before and during the War had wonded my soul. Through my images and my drawing I am trying to send the message that we have lost the border line between human and animal. With each of my drawing I send a message and warnning to the World that if we continue to go on this path where we are going to end.
Even though the first impression one gets is that of the Renaissance painter Leonardo da Vinci, Mirko Sevic differs from him considerably yet has a personal style that with his great genius is reminiscent of the famous Italian predecessor.
A disciplined and calm artist, Mirko Sevic portrays precise anatomical aura and an accurate figure in a state of metamorphosis and transubstantiation. The Man portrayed by the artist is undergoing transformation even in substance, he is resurrecting. Precision and accuracy in forms are deeply intertwined with - and expressive of - Mirko?s spiritual emotions that reveal to us the destiny of Man-kind. Let us take a closer look at the artist?s works. Their pronounced volume and materialism are just apparent in realism and prone to deception. From the aesthetical point of view Mirko?s images are surrealistic, showing respect for their subject and emphasizing the importance of plastic structure in the performance.