Jovanka's work is serious, methodical and is characterized, especially in her large scale canvases, by an impeccable Renais- sance-like technique. Her paintings are planned up to a year in advance and take several months to complete. Layers of thin additions of pigment suspended in oil produce a glowing surreal image often telling a story about to unfold in an unpredictable even sinister direction. She explores the imaginary realm of traditional tales and fables with a relentless inquiry into what emerges on the outskirts of reality. We are presenting a large scale triptych on the fragility of childhood (a very personal theme) and several small scale triptychs from her fable series.