Serbian artist Miroljub Djordjevic was learning art (painting and drawing techniques) from famous masters of painting and pedagogues of the "Belgrade school", in the eighties of the 20th century. His temperament and artistic strength is expressed through oil paintings (oil on canvas) and drawings (graphite).
With a strong dimension of individualism, he builds his poetics as a parabolic structure of the conscious and unconscious, real and imagined, as a psychology of lines and colour orchestration. He is a great opponent of destructive in painting. Who are his best teachers? Renaissance, Rembrandt, Rubens, and - Nature.
He lives in his native home, on the western outskirts of Nis, Serbia, surrounded with books, paintings, stories, and - Nature.