Few words about Gorazd Bezjak
His paintings can be found in public and private collections in more than 30 countries including Italy (Travois, Venezia, Rome, Vatican), Germany (München, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Köln), Austria (Wien, Graz), Switzerland (Basel, Geneva), Australia (Sydney, Canberra) and USA (Ohio, New York, Michigan etc.).
He was also engaged in the restoration of wall paintings of Catholic churches in Croatia and Bosnia. These include Bistrica (Gornji Vakuf) in 1978, Majdan, Derventa (restoration) in 1982, Zenica (restoration of St. Joseph's church), Kaštel Novi (in terms of problem solving as well as painting) in 1979 and Pleternica (where he completely painted the church walls) in 1987.
He is an outstanding painter of individual and group portraits with a refined talent for pondering into one's personality and character.
Although he is proficient in a wide range of painting techniques, he mainly paints with oil on canvas, watercolours and pastels.
His paintings are a part of permanent group exhibitions held in several Croatian, Swiss and Austrian galleries.
He periodically cooperates with and holds exhibitions in galleries in Zagreb, Split, Pula, Rijeka and Rovinj.
He has developed a way of painting on primed walls using oils and acrylics which is suitable for painting church walls.