Norma Morosan

For 40 years artist Vojislav Morosan painted historic buildings and landscapes in Eastern Canada, southern California, Hawaii and British Columbia. He studied art in France and here in Canada where he moved in 1968 until his passing on May 16, 2008. A visible artist, he prefered to work on location using a high key palette. Churches and public buildings were meticulously rendered under a sunny sky to reveal the detail of the architecture.

When Morosan painted more freely he chose subjects other than buildings, he turned to watercolors and let his brush flow more freely.

His major studies were in oil, many of which were privately commissioned. He has concentrated his art work on subjects in cities and rural areas, and made himself available for commissions of public buildings and private homes, as well as from photographs.

Throughout his lifetime Morosan was the subject of major exhibitions in Toronto, Oakville, Milton, Brampton, Erin, Stratford, Elora, Fergus, Guelph, Cambridge, Ancaster, Grimsby, Burlington, San Diego-La Jolla,White Rock, Vancouver and West Vancouver.


In Loving Memory of Vojislav Morosan
June 4, 1941 - May 16, 2008
Video prepared by Diane Roberts