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A touch of violet charm Photograph - Limited Edition of 5

Ana Berbakov


Photography, Digital on Canvas

Size: 35.4 W x 23.6 H x 0.1 D in

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The black and white world can be really interesting if there is an object worthy of attention in it. Inspired by old model cars, this one was especially charming in the parking lot in front of the old stone church. The whole atmosphere exuded some purple flowers that inspired me to stamp it on the side of the car. The legendary Mercedes coupe in the C 123 class really provides that feeling of casualness that this purple color carries. The casualness and relaxation that we all need. And here are some interesting facts about this particular model, read it to make it clearer to you what kind of casual purple I'm talking about. The year 1977 was a time of premieres for Mercedes-Benz, especially in the mid-series: following on from the W 123 Saloon, which captivated the market from 1976 onwards, early 1977 saw a Coupé join the line-up ahead of a long-wheelbase Saloon, which came along later in the year together with the Estate model. With these, the manufacturer was able to essentially break down the model series so as to reach a broader audience. The Coupé was especially revered: it combined the classic, high-quality Mercedes-Benz format with an accentuated and stylised appearance. Even to the present day, the C 123 Coupé continues to assert itself without the need for yobbish sportiness or snobby self-assuredness. Quite the contrary, in fact: in 1977, the new C 123 reached a successful customer group which appreciated a more glamorous way of life.

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Photography:Digital on Canvas

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:35.4 W x 23.6 H x 0.1 D in

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Ana Berbakov (alias Anee) is a Serbian writer of crime novels. She was born on the 18th of July 1985 in Kruševac. She begins her career with novels about Sofia Kovač, a wise detective who becomes Anna’s serial character and a seal. In painting, she does almost as well as she does in writing. She loves bright colors, pop art, Cubism, Dadaism, Minimalism and all modern styles. She did a series of paintings of zodiac signs, landscapes, various elements in combined technique. From 2015 to 2017, she paints a series of cats in various colors, shapes and details, whose style is called “Cat Corner". Publishing: • In October 2013, the first edition of Operation Eros was published, which is sold in a very short period of time. After a very successful promotional activities, the audience nominated her Serbian Agatha Christie. • After terminating the cooperation with first publisher, Ana turns to her own publishing house. That year, for the first time, she appeared independently at the International Book Fair in Belgrade under the name “A Stand of a Writer” (“Štand jednog pisca”). With the publication of the second edition of the novel “Operation Eros” and the bilingual (Serbian / English) collection of poems “The Light of Mind”(“Svetlost Svesti”), in September 2015, she started her own publishing house “Caesar books“. She names her own Publishing House after his dog Caesar, ans he is considered as the co-owner of this creative idea. • Not planning to continue writing about her first novel heroine named Sofia Kovač’s , at the urging of a friend, in October 2016, Ana published the sequel to her first novel, titled “Diamond Dust”(“Dijamantska Prašina”). Not for long, in 2017, she wrote and published her third novel, “Cassiopeia’s Curse” (“Kasiopejina kletva”), in which Sofia Kovač becomes a serious serial character of Anna’s crime novels, and the novel is widely noticed by the audience. • At the end of 2018, Ana became a member of the Writers Association of Serbia (UKS). • In 2019, she pauses in writing a new novel, because she devotes herself to preparing a Monograph for the Company where she is currently employeed (PUC Vodovod), and on the occasion of significant anniversaries – 40 years since the formation of Lake Ćelije on the Rasina River and 35 years since the construction of a Water Treatment and Water Production Plant in Majdevo. For the first time she puts the stamp of the editor.

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