Robert Baća was a highly acclaimed Croatian artist, known for his work as a sculptor and painter. Born on September 19, 1949, in Croatia, Baća graduated from the academy in Zagreb in 1974. His sculptures were primarily made from wood, terracotta, clay, and bronze, and his motifs often included islands and helmets, which were the focus of his notable Heads series. Baća was deeply inspired by the sea, which he viewed as a metaphor for human connection and separation. In addition to sculpture, Baća also painted, and his favorite motifs were nautical themes, nudes, and portraits. He frequently used acrylic on canvas and pastel on paper for his paintings. Baća's career spanned over five decades, during which he held numerous exhibitions and won several awards. He passed away on August 7, 2019, in Zagreb, Croatia, leaving behind a rich legacy of outstanding artwork that continues to inspire and captivate art enthusiasts around the world.