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 acrylic and oil and cold wax. 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 is a member of the Richmond Hill Group of Artists at Mill Pond Gallery, MGA, NGA, SOYRA, as well as Art Square Gallery Café. She exhibits her work at several art exhibitions around the Greater Toronto Area.
“I am seeking, I am striving, I am in it with all my heart” – Vincent Van Gogh
As an Armenian, born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, my family and I moved to Montreal in 1986. I spent several years painting collectible decoys for Heritage Decoys. Although my education was in business, I have always had a great passion and keen interest in arts.
After moving to Toronto in 2001, I stopped working in the field of arts and once again found myself in the world of business. Although I stopped painting until recently, my passion to create has never faded. I rediscovered and honed my skills, painting with acrylic, pastel and have deeply enjoyed bringing my visions to life. My love of nature and its limitless beauty inspires me daily. I see beauty in people and nature and pour my vision on every piece of art I create.
Painting has now become my career – I am a member of the Richmond Hill Group of Artists at Mill Pond Gallery, as well as for Art Square Gallery Café. I have exhibited my work at different art exhibitions including Mill Pond Gallery, Art Square Gallery, McKay Gallery, Outdoor Art Gallery at Miskwaa and at the Taves Consumers Show. I was selected to be part of the 2018 Richmond Hill Studio Tour. I recently became a RAW member/artist and am taking part in their upcoming event.
I’m looking forward to having an amazing future in the career I was always meant to pursue.
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