Gordana Gerskovic has always been captivated by the combination of color and texture in her surroundings. She studied to be a graphic artist but quickly discovered her real passion lay in experimental photography. Her work of painterly close-ups embodies her fascination with nature, transforming textures of the ordinary into beauty on a macrocosmic scale of the extraordinary. While her work may be abstract, it is no less a documentation of reality. It is a celebration of decay where, even in the rust, rot and weathering which affect our urban surroundings, nature can be beguiling and beautiful.
Image of Gordana Gerskovic Working


METAMORPHOSIS from Decay to Display

Solo Show, Foundry Gallery, Washington DC, November, 2015

Unseen Beauty

Solo Show, EU Delegation to the U.S. Washington DC February - May 2015

The Exposure

Digital exhibit, Louvre Museum, Paris, July 2015

The Painted Word

Group Show, Foundry Gallery, Washington DC, April 2015

The Passing Moment

Group Show, Foundry Gallery, Washington DC, January, 2015

It’s abstract!,

Group Show, Black Rock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD, August 2014


Group Show, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean VA, July 2014


Group Show, Foundry Gallery, Washington DC, July 2014

Digital Impression

Solo Show, Betty Moe Kramer Gallery, Silver Spring, MD March-May 2014


Group Show, The Glenview Mansion Art Gallery, Rockville, MD Feb, 2014

Take Two

Two Artists Show, Foundry Gallery, Washington DC February, 2014

Store of the Creative

Group Show, Angel Orensanz Foundation, New York City, NY July 2013

City Skin

Solo Show, Politics & Prose, Washington, DC, April-May 2013


Group Show, City of Gaithersburg, Gaithersburg, MD, July-August 2013

Invisible City

Solo Show, Docs In Progress, Silver Spring, MD May 2011