Renowned artist Vojislav Morosan passed away peacefully at Peace Arch Hospital on May 16th 2008.
Voja was born in Belgrade former Yugoslavia on June 4th 1941. He moved to France and Switzerland in 1965 where he persued his art. In 1968 after studying English and Graphic Design at night he eventually formed Morosan Graphics. After a few years he found that deadlines were not for him, and what was week-end painting trips to Caledon Hills in Ontario, soon became a full time job as he travelled through the tiny towns capturing history on canvas. Numerous commissions enabled him to pursue his beloved art and sold out shows would always end the season. In 1982 he met and Married Norma and became Father to John Lee aged 10. They settled in an 1846 farmhouse Gallery and lived there until 1996. A move to White Rock followed and Voja was overwhelmed with BC’s natural beauty. He concentrated on land and seascapes and private commissions, portraits and reinvented his art as most of the historic buildings had gone.
He will be greatly missed by his wife Norma, son John Lee, Teresa, Rob. Predeaceased by his parents, Survived by Sister Beba, Brother-in-Law Darko their wives Nina and Olga and numerous Nephews, nieces and cousins in Geneva and France. Sister-in-Law Jose, Brother-in-Law Roy, niece Petra.
The Morosan Family wishes to extend their sincere gratitude to West Coast Services, Seaview, Dr Spangehl and dear neighbours and friends who assisted Norma to fulfill Voja`s wishes to remain at home during his illness.
There will be a celebration of Life for Voja at Victory Memorial Park 14831 28 Avenue Surrey, B.C. 604-531-7298 on the 9th June from 2-5pm. Norma and John Lee will be there to greet you and share stories of meetings with Voja during his painting days. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Peace Arch Hospital Foundation 604 535 4520