Bogdan Miscevic was born in 1936 in a small village in the Kordun region of the former country of Yugoslavia. His love of literature drew him to Belgrade where he took an active role in the cultural life of the city. In 1963 he moved to Paris where he returned to his childhood love--painting. In 1970 he and his wife moved to Baltimore, Maryland.
Since moving to the United States, Bogdan has participated in numerous group shows, including the Maryland Biennial at the Baltimore Museum of Art, where he received the Samuel Hotzman Award, and the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit in New York City, where he was awarded the George Buckett prize. He has also participated in ArtExpo New York for several years.
His work is represented in private collections in the United States and Europe. His individual shows include a return to his native land in 1984 where he exhibited in the Cultural Centers of Belgrade, Zagreb, and Topusko. In 1992 he made a pilgrimage to Hilandar Monastery in Mt.Athos, Greece, and donated a painting to their collection.