Copyright 2012 Wayne M. Clarke AMIT Fine Art & Photography
Mario B. Simic has a passion and love of art, nurtured from early childhood.
It was this passion that led him to leave Serbia, his birthplace, for Paris.
Where, as a young artist, he lived for an extended time in serious study,
influenced greatly by past Masters.
He arrived in California in1970, filled with dreams and aspirations. In 1980, motivated by his personal
goal of making a valuable contribution to the world of art, he opened a gallery in Carmel to showcase
his paintings. As a result of his success, many American and International artists approached the
gallery, asking to be represented. Mario Simic, the visionary, responded and Simic Galleries was born.
For over 40 years, Simic has captured the essence of the American landscape and coastal seascapes
much to his collectors’ delight. Influenced by his friend and mentor, the great seascape Master artist,
Eugene Garin ( Russian, 1922-1994), Simic has succeeded in defining the transparent wave, with poetic
passion. Other important artists who have influenced Simic's works are, Ivan Aivazovski (Russian
1817-1900), Alexander Dzigurski (Serbian 1911-1995), James Fetherolf (American 1927-1994) and the
Hudson River School artists.
Mario Simic has achieved several first place awards in group shows, juried by collectors, artists and
patrons of the arts in Carmel California. He has also been featured in numerous magazine articles and
is listed in “Who’s Who In the World” and “Who’s Who of the Executives”.
Mario B. Simic
(American, b 1950)
LIMITED EDITION GICLÉES ON CANVAS.
FRAMED, GALLERY WRAPPED OR UNFRAMED
Available in various sizes from :
14 x 12 inches up to 46 x 73 inches
La Jolla Cove
Peaceful Summer Day
Grand Canyon South Rim
Golden Gate Glory
For further information 0n giclées and original art by Mario B Simic
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Phone: 619 449-4146
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