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Lidia and Zoran Boševski’s working, exhibition and sales place is one of the most beautiful Zagreb’s secrets.

The renowned Croatian artist and product designer Lidia Boševski opened the Owl Atelier & Gallery together with her husband Zoran in 2005. Owl Atelier & Gallery is located inside of one of those tiny yet extraordinary attractive gardens on Vlaška St and their working, exhibition and sales space is of the most beautiful Zagreb’s secrets. The secretiveness relies in the fact that the Boševski couple has no intention of showing off and nevertheless everyone delights in their work that always gets recognized. Whoever visited ‘Sova’ at least once would gladly return if not for anything else then to check out what has Lidia been working on and what has been ‘cooking’.

Lidia Boševski, who is a painter, textile designer and artist working with ceramics, over the past few years became best known for her extraordinary artwork with ceramics. Together with other Croatian designers, she has been presenting her work in that field on many international fairs and festivals. Lidia Boševski’s designs are inspired by the exploration of natural forms and phenomena as well as relationships between the material and the temporal. It is by all means worthwhile to visit her at her atelier.

 
 
 
 

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