LEX GJURASIC IS A SELF-REALIZED ARTIST ORIGINALLY FROM THE RAIN-SOAKED PACIFIC NORTHWEST, NOW LIVING AND WORKING IN TUCSON, AZ. SHE HAS EXHIBITED HER WORK NATIONALLY FOR OVER 20 YEARS, MOST NOTABLY IN 2009 AT THE JAPANESE AMERICAN NATIONAL MUSEUM IN LOS ANGELES, CA, AS A FEATURED ARTIST IN THE EXHIBITION KOKESHI: FOLK ART TO ART TOY. GJURASIC ALSO WRITES ABOUT HER EXPERIENCE OF BEING AN ARTIST ON HER BLOG.

“My work is inspired by my dream diary, memories, patterns of the natural world and commonalities of global cultures. This stimuli create ties between the outwardly similar and the seemingly disparate and creating a powerful greater whole. Repetition unites multiples into a visual haiku. Individuals synergize into an army of one. Color creates patterns. Objects align in compositions that evoke sacred rhythms. Through my art, I aspire to gift the observer with a higher vibration of the visual and an elevated sense of the unseen world.”