Through my paintings I am exploring the visible and invisible about human nature. I am fascinated by the essential unreality of the human condition. What starts out as hope soon becomes corrupted, leaving only a sense of nihilism and the dawn of a new beginning. I always had a curiosity about someone else’s point of view and how to arrive at another’s viewpoint. This destination represents the key to wholeness... Each of these oil paintings represents a whole, a whole persona.
We all desire respect, inclusion and recognition from others, while often in return we only offer sarcasm, sexism and cynicism.
Hatidža Mulić (Hatidza Mulic) was born in 1976 in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She immigrated to the United States in 1995 subsequent to the Bosnian War as a political refugee. With her paintings she often address autobiographically consequential experiences along with xenophobia and bigotry that are ever-present in the 21st century. These works were part of national and international exhibitions in: Dubrovnik, Croatia; Seattle, Washington; Louisville, Kentucky; Indianapolis, Indiana; New York, NY; Atlanta, Georgia; Kumla, Sweden; Ghana, Africa; Orebro, Sweden; Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Colmar, France. She is currently teaching in Drawing and Painting Department at the University of Georgia.