Ontario, Canada, February 03, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The exhibit will include the Sumi-e paintings and graphite pencil drawings of Lilith Ohannessian which are a demonstration of artist's interest in interpreting the spirit rather than the a photographic representation of an object.
Lilith Ohannessian is a contemporary Canadian artist of Armenian descent. She has a degree in Fine arts (BFA) as well as Bachelor of Science (BSc) from Concordia University, Montreal. Her life is inspired by oriental philosophies such as Taoism and Zen Buddhism. Her art is the reflection of that. Her paintings are in Sumi-e style (based on Oriental calligraphy) . Her human figure drawings are done in graphite pencil, or ink with graphite, where the emphasis is on capturing the mood or energy, the essence of the moment.
Lilith's work has been showcased in numerous art shows. Recently, her drawings were selected for exhibition in the Atrium Gallery, one of the City of Ottawa Community Galleries, which will take place in January 11-February 13, 2013.
She also offers Oriental Brush Painting classes.
See her website www.lilithohan.com, read her blog http://lilithsumie.blogspot.com/, follow her on twitter http://twitter.com/Lilith_Sumie