Serbian American fine art painter Vlatko Vojnovic, was born in 1952 in Zaborak (ex Yugoslavia). He started painting in the late 1960s and since then his paintings can be found in art collections around the world (Italy, England, Germany, Norway, Russia, USA, Canada, Cina, South Africa, etc).
He exhibited in numerous one man and group shows, most notably in exYugoslavia, Germany, Poland, Canada and USA (Arizona, Nevada, California). His work was shown in some of the most important galleries in Arizona, such as WIP Art Gallery, Tuppy Long, Gallery of European Art, Esses Gallery, Valery Pape Gallery; La Jolla Art Gallery in California; Del Bello Gallery in Canada. In Arizona he also participated in several editions of the famous Celebration of Fine Art show in Scottsdale. As an artist and art teacher, Vojnovic collaborated with Oxfam - Oxford and Unicef - Geneva.
His work has been featured in Arizona Republic, Arizona's TV Chanel 5, Celebration of Golf magazine, Sky Views airline magazine.
Vojnovic paints mostly landscapes, seascapes and still lives, inspired by his travels. His favorite medium is oil on canvas.