Yica Djuric is an international artist born in Yugoslavia. her artwork can be classified as modern art with an impressive and provoking style oozing hope and displaying positivity. Often referred to as “the queen of chaos”, she delights in playing with abstraction, perception and creative confusion without strictly adhering to logic or the usage of mathematical concepts. after finishing her studies at the university of fine arts, Yica was driven by inspiration and traveled all around the world studying and collecting knowledge of ancient and modern cultures which she integrates into her artwork.

After residing in several countries throughout Europe, Yica took her art to japan and immersed herself in the fusion of arts, japanese culture, language, and calligraphy. Today, Yica lives and makes her art in Valencia (Spain) with frequent trips abroad to further cultivate her ideas and inspiration.


Despite an eclectic diversity in her artwork, her most recognizable and distinguished works are the faces collection. This collection has very authentic lines and modern style representing the artist’s unusual technique. Her works are also nameless in that there is an absence of titles. Yica Djuric does not wish to put any expectations or barriers between her work and the viewer so each person has creative liberty when appreciating her art.

Having a tremendous ability to express her vision through lines and playing with the balance between chaos and simplicity, Yica succeeds to create unique works of art with unmistakable personal style.

Today Yica’s inspiration and creation is concentrated on creating a new collection of well known ‘’Faces’’.

See Yica Djuric’s artwork.


Yica Djuric is well known for using an unusual combination of different materials from a variety of sources in her work.  She paints on materials of all sizes shapes and textures with acrylic, oil, charcoal, spray and puts them all together in one artwork. Collaborators and collectors of Yica’s work are so impressed with the stories behind her artwork and how she creates them from such unique source materials they collectively refer to her method as “the chaos technique” which has become synonymous with “Yica”.


Yica Djuric also uses her creativity with regard to her place of work. She has conjoined several functionalities and created a multipurpose space which displays her works and also acts as her studio. She mixes her time between gallery affairs, designing and creating in her workshop. Being surrounded with people from many places, paintings and art supplies, Yica creates her masterpieces in an environment as unique and chaotic as her work.


Paint and Texture

“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”

Pablo Ruiz Picasso


“When I am in my painting, I’m not aware of what I’m doing. I have no fear of making changes, destroying the image, etc., because the painting has a life of its own.”

Jackson Pollock