Vessna Perunovich is adept at making bold statements with sparse conceptual materials. Her work, focuses on instants of tension between immobility and movement. She’s fascinated by the way accidental events give way to pattern and form. Much of her painted work begins with spills of red or milky white paint. She is collected by the MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Museums of Contemporary Art in Villa Nova de Cerveira in Portugal, Vojvodina in Serbia, and he Cultural Centre of Belgrade, Serbia. She has been written about in Canadian Art, Art Toronto, Borderless, and The Toronto Star
b. 1960, Zaječar, Serbia
Further information can be found in The Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art Database.