Piece description from the artist
ELEMENTARY 3 – TECHNOLOGY GEOMETRIC PATTERN
This piece is a modern geometric pattern piece created using a hand-drawn illustration and digital reworking to create the final combined effect. It draws inspiration from computers, technology, and urban development, and the beauty in the shapes and form of sprawling concrete jungles many of us, as humans, call home. It's available in various sizes and colorways to suit different decor styles and palettes.
Artist: Julia Di Sano
Julia Di Sano is a full-time watercolour/acrylic painter, based in New Westminster, BC, whose fine art prints and products have been featured worldwide, by places such as HGTV Canada, Etsy Canada, Global TV Breakfast Show, CTV Morning Show Calgary, Apartment Therapy, Grand Designs Magazine UK, Western Living Magazine, etc. Julia's art has also been used by the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC., as well as charitable organizations, such as the Alzheimer's Society of British Columbia. Moreover, Julia's work can be found in dozens of major hotels (including Hilton, Marriott, Westin, Loews, Hyatt, and IHG Staybridge Suites), public and private collections, restaurants, commercial and residential buildings, etc throughout North America and beyond.
Julia works from her home studio and lives with her husband and 2 cats. She currently offers her artwork under her own name for her fine art collection and is the Owner/ Artist of a whimsical art décor brand called Ebi Emporium.
Born and raised in Brampton, and Orangeville, Ontario, Julia was always inspired by Nature, from the lush woodlands and untouched lakes near her family’s home, to the vast expanse of the Great Lakes and “Cottage Country,” where her family spent a lot of time outdoors throughout her childhood.
From a young age, Julia turned to art as her natural expression and outlet. She attended an intensive fine arts high school and has traveled the world, living in numerous places, from New Brunswick to Japan, learning new techniques throughout her travels.
Now based in BC, Julia finds endless inspiration from the age-old forests, the mountains, and the rolling waves of the ocean; and her aim is to interpret and capture that rugged beauty through varied paint and textural mediums.
Julia’s work is often described as layered, elegant, richly colored, atmospheric, contemporary, and visually textured. She believes art has the power to bring happiness and a calming reprieve to her clients’ lives. Despite hectic, sometimes stressful daily schedules, getting lost within a piece of art can allow one to pause, take a breath from it all, and simply embrace the beauty in this world.