I am Dana Rogoschewsky, visual artist in Canada. I have been painting professionally for the last ten years after acquiring my B.E.D in Arts Education. Art for me has always been part of my life. As a child, I was creating constantly. I always say that my biggest strength as an artist is my creativity.
My process usually involves being in the world and seeing something that sparks my imagination. I often use my camera to capture that moment. Then I go to my studio and I begin. I reshape the form, I experiment with colour and add different textures. In the end, it’s all play and exploration. I am very interested in the viewers of my artwork too. I love the stories that come out of the artwork and the reasons behind why they are attracted to it. I love the joy when people stumble across something I have created and they resonate with it.
My main focuses are on historical and iconic buildings in Canada. This artwork is created with, watercolour or acrylic paint. My style is often remarked as semi-realistic with a comic-book twist.
My other focuses are on nature, the human form, objects that are compelling and abstracting colour and form.