Joseph Zbukvic
Master watercolorist Joseph Zbukvic has had over 40 solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide, Australia, as well as London and San Antonio, Texas. He is a member of the Victorian Watercolour Society, the Australian Watercolour Institute and the Australian Guild of Realist Artists. He is also a longtime member of the Twenty Melbourne Painters Society. With over 200 awards throughout his career, he is a three-time recipient of the Gold Medal for Best Painting from the Camberwell Rotary Art Exhibition. In recent years, he has developed a specialty in equine and sporting subjects. His work is found in many public and private collections worldwide.

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