Gordana Trebješanin is an academic painter from the small Mediterranean country - Montenegro. She was born in 1979.

She graduated from the Academy of fine arts-University of Montenegro in Cetinje in the class of professor Dragan Karadžić.

Now as she works as a teacher in High School Slobodan Škerović in Podgorica, she enjoys coming back to Cetinje with her students, telling them about its history and culture and teaching them to love art and the wonderful atmosphere of this small city.

She gained a master's degree from the same university in the class of professor Branislav Sekulić.

This academic painter currently lives in a small village in the Bjelopavlići region, in Montenegro, with her family. Besides creating in her atelier, she creates in the garden too, usually paintings, but many other things by the way.

During the studies, she exhibited at the Balkan Youth festival in Greece. After graduation, she participated in various independent and collective exhibitions both in Montenegro and abroad.

She is a member of The Association of Fine Artists of Montenegro (AFAM) and a mom to Konstantin and Radmila.

Skadar lake is her internal inspiration, specifically village Dodoši and one atelier, where she paints while her then love of her life and her current husband plays the guitar...