Robert Dujin

Born in Australia in 1969, where he now lives and works. From the age of four Robert spent twelve years in the former Yugoslavia in a Hungarian School, and returned to Sydney in1984.

Robert completed a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering at Wollongong, and worked in the profession for four years. After taking time to travel the outback of Australia, he decided to make a life-time commitment to Art, namely Drawing, Painting and Sculpture.

In 2003 Robert enrolled to the Julian Ashton Art School. After winning the Brett Whiteley Scholarship and the David Wilson Drawing prize, he began to teach Plein-Air Landscape Painting with the School at Georges Heights.

Since then Robert has exhibited in numerous group shows and designed and collaborated in the execution of several murals.

Finalist twice in the AME Bale Traveling Scholarship, and a finalist at the Bald Archies and the Dubbo prize.

Presently Robert works at Coburn Fine Arts – constructing/installing sculptures and restoring artworks, and is currently working towards his first solo show, which will be held at Balmoral Pavilion in May-June 2011.