Miri Rozenvain’s art is passionately infused with inspiration from wildlife, animals, and nature. This inspiration comes from Miri’s genuine love and adoration for wildlife and its precious animals.
Miri’s art is known for its vibrant and playful colors, textures, and materials. Using natural stone and sand, Miri makes realistic sculptures of wild animals in their natural environments. Her fine attention to detail and skillful hands provide an authentic feel and look to all of her artwork.
What makes her artwork truly stand out is that no piece is the same; she makes art on a commission and custom basis. Explore her work below, and get in touch with us to learn more about commissioning a one-of-a-kind piece of art by this delightful artist.
About Miri Rozenvain
Miri Rozenvain was born in 1998 to Aleksandra Savina and Michael Rozenvain, a family of artists who nurtured her artistic development from a very young age. The artists’ studio was located in the family home, where she spent an endless number of hours as a child watching her family paint. Together with her family, Miri visited world-renowned museums, international art galleries, and art shows where she was exposed to an infinite amount of creative work. To further develop her artistic talent, Miri commenced her formal education at the York University Visual Arts program in 2016.
While Miri always experimented with colors, textures, and various materials, it was not until the age of 16 when her unique and distinctive style started to form. At that point, Miri understood that she wanted to combine her artistic inspirations with her love for wildlife. Moose, bears, Eagles, foxes, owls, and horses became her most dominant subject matters. She started incorporating natural stones and sand on the canvases to immerse these animals within their natural environment. In her work, Miri attempts to recreate the magical experience of encountering wildlife in nature. A beautiful wild face appears for just a moment, a flash of eye contact, the blur of fur, and the mysterious creature melts back into the woods. Miri’s ability to capture the unique character and essence of her wild animals through thoughtful, expressive, and kind eyes creates a captivating connection with the viewer. Providing each one of her paintings with their own unique personality and identity.
During much of the creative process, her work begins to take on a life of its own. With spontaneous and free application, drips, smears, scrapes, and spills that at close inspection appear entirely abstract, form facial expressions, magnificent antlers, and muzzles. Using natural stones and sand mixed with paint, she employs a palette knife to sculpt a more textured feel to the animal; Essentially creating a sculpture on canvas. The targeted composition of bold colour puts the marvellous animals at center focus, showing the fleeting moment in time, often dissolving, and fading away of their unannounced appearance. She uses washes of grey and earthy textured surfaces to fill her work with a sense of atmosphere and mood. The result is reminiscent of an animal’s movement through the forest. The piece is only truly resolved and complete once it feels as if the painting can breathe on its own.
Miri’s growing connection to nature has instilled a sense of responsibility for nature and wildlife awareness. The artist’s mission is to share the love for wildlife by bringing the beauty of nature and life into homes.
Ordering Miri’s Artwork at Marcus Ashley Gallery
Miri Rozenvain’s art is bold, passionate, and meaningful. Striking colors, bona fide textures, and a profound connection to nature are just a few of the things we can say to describe Miri’s art. Miri’s mixed media art perfectly complements any home, office, restaurant, creative studio, gallery and so much more!
Miri’s art is among the most energizing mixed media art for sale that you will ever come across. Each piece of Miri Rozenvain’s art is intended to share the artists’ love for nature and wildlife. Miri hopes that through her artwork she can display the authentic beauty of nature in many homes.
Nature and wildlife are beautiful and sacred commodities. Honor them by displaying their beauty in your favorite space.
- Aleksandra Rozenvain
- Alexander Volkov
- Barak Rozenvain
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- Charles Pabst
- Dave Archer
- Dr. Seuss
- Eric Christensen
- Fabio Napoleoni
- Ira Reines
- Jack Storms
- John Mark Gleadow
- Jon Paul
- Loet Vanderveen
- Lyman Whitaker
- Mackenzie Thorpe
- Malcolm Tibbetts
- Mario Jung
- Markus Pierson
- Maya Eventov
- Michael Flohr
- Michael Parkes
- Michael Rozenvain
- Miri Rozenvain
- Ray Goodluck
- Rob Gonsalves
- Rolinda Stotts
- Sally Maxwell
- Steve Barton
- Thomas Easley
- Todd White
Sold Originals / Commission Ideas
Miri Rozenvain art has been sold worldwide and is beloved by nature-lovers, in particular. Want a piece of her work made just for you? At our gallery, we provide a unique opportunity for you to commission custom-made artwork from select artists. Our art consultants work with you and the artist to determine the size, theme, placement, color palette, layout, surface, and more.
If you have a vision that you would like to see vividly brought to life contact us today to inquire about Miri commissions with our dedicated art consultants.
Inspiring Custom-Made Mixed Media Art at Marcus Ashley Gallery
Miri is dedicated to creating 100% original works of art with zero reproductions, and collectors love her work with its one-of-a-kind splashes of color. Owning art that’s made just for you can influence daily inspiration, motivation, and happiness!
A piece of Miri Rozenvain art is perfect for those who share the artist’s deep appreciation and respect for wildlife. These unique pieces do so much more than just brighten up your living area. Miri’s art is striking, yet tranquil. When you add one of these pieces to your home, you are adding peaceful energy that ties you directly to nature and all of the benefits it has to offer.
Art influences conversations to take place between adults, children, and other guests in your home. With a Miri Rozenvain art piece, artistic conversations will always take place in your home.