Roslyn Levin

The key is simplicity, elegance, beauty, & serenity.

November 15, 2009 | | Artist in Residence | Back Issues | Departments | In Every Issue | Winter 2009

Sumi-e is a form of rapid and spontaneous ink painting, in which the brush is felt to be an extension of the artist’s spirit and energy. Shelburne artist Roslyn Levin has been painting in this Japanese brushstroke style for nearly 30 years, primarily wildlife subjects, and this year she was the recipient of two international awards. Roslyn also teaches the technique and can be seen working at her studio at Dragonfly Arts in Orangeville.

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