Born in Poland, lived in Russia, Pakistan Iran, Uzbekistan, India, Africa, and England.
Emilia and her Husband Eddy have five lovely children and 10 grand children.
Emilia is a self-taught artist, lives in East Brunswick NJ. She paints mostly with Acrylic and Watercolor. Many of her paintings are in a private possession, throughout USA Canada and Europe.
Emilia won awards in acrylic and watercolor. She belongs to the Suburban Artist Guild. Edison Artist Society. Water colorist group. Wet Canvas International, Art Wanted and Your Art on Internet.
Union County Park, N.J. E. Brunswick Library, Borders in E. Brunswick, Middlesex county Senior Citizen juried exhibit. Juried show in Serevile, Livingston Gallery, N. Brunswick, Visual Art Celebration, E. Brunswick. Long Beach Island, Middlesex county Juried show in S. Plainfield, Juried Art exhibit in County Complex in Flemington NJ. Senior center in S. Plainfield. Jamesburg Gallery, Solo & group exhibit. Visual art celebration, E. Brunswick. South Brunswick juried show, St Peters University Hospital. St Johns on the hill in Bernardsville, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Princeton Exhibit. Seaside Park arts and crafts show. St. Frances Community Center, Long Beach Island, Princeton Presbyterian Church, Monmouth Beach Cultural Center, Medical Center Princeton. Two woman Artists show in Princeton. Menlo Park with EAS. Canada.
Emilia’s Painting “Street in Poland” was featured in the International calendar 2006, representing Poland. “Misty sails” in the gallery in Europe. “Winter scene” in the Gallery in Ontario, Canada. “White Rose” in Edison Art Association in Sheraton Hotel and “Night Out” in the boardroom at EAS. Solo exhibit of 48 paintings in E. Brunswick public library. Emilia is listed in the World Artist directory.
You can see some of her paintings on Internet by typing EMILIA MISIURA under search. Next Exhibit Sept. 23, 2009 at Cultural Center, Monmouth Beach NJ
“One look at one's art can be in your memory forever.
One look and it can take you back in time.
One look can awake in you love or sadness, just one look.”