Oil and cold wax painting on wood panel with brown wood box frame - ready to be hung or be displayed on a flat surface.
Sylva Sroujian is a Richmond Hill, Ontario based artist. Although her education and career were in business, she has always had a great passion and keen interest in arts since her childhood. Art has now become her second career. Her love in nature and its limitless beauty inspires her paintings. Sylva paints with oil and cold wax and acrylic. She deeply enjoys bringing her visions to life. Her love of colour blending allows her to create landscape paintings in her own unique style. She exhibits her work at several art exhibitions around the Greater Toronto Area.
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Original painting inspired by Algonquin, Ontario, capturing the spectacular landscape of the region and the beautiful change in colours witnessed during Canadian autumns. I painted this piece in oil and cold wax by layering colours while creating texture. This medium lends to a more abstract landscape that evokes the serene and calming moods felt during this season of turning leaves.