Ask the Masters: Finding Your Artistic Voice
Thursday, NOVEMBER 18th
5:00-6:00pm MST (7-9pm EST)
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FINDING YOUR ARTISTIC VOICE
ASK THE MASTERS! Finding Your Artistic Voice
Explore how to find YOUR unique voice as an artist, so that you're creating art that truly represents you, and your unique perspective.
BRING YOUR QUESTIONS, like...
- Do I have to decide between making artwork that sells, and making artwork that is true to who I am?
- I haven't found my voice yet, and I paint in other artists' styles. How do I even START the process of finding my voice?
- What does it even mean to have an "artistic voice"? Is it the subject matter I choose, my painting style, my color choices...?
❌ Without a unique voice, your art won't be an expression of your individuality.
✔️ Find your voice and learn how to let it sing, and you'll never tire of creating!
Learn from LU's panel of successful & experienced Masters:
Sheila Davis, Brian Simons, & Jane Romanishko
Always LIVE & INTERACTIVE. Bring your questions!
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Meet Sheila Davis
Oil Master Artist
Meet Brian Simons
Acrylic Master Artist
I had an epiphany a few years back and realized that for me painting is just fun! Not serious or academic, just fun, and at the same time, I realized that if I’m not having fun, the painting is probably not working. I totally love doing work from my imagination, and it is always a surprise to me when something whimsical or outrageous shows up. I try not to pre-meditate anything, but simply approach the blank canvas and start throwing paint around. Amazingly, some things quickly emerge on the canvas and I try to obey and follow the promptings within. I find myself a servant of this process, not an author of anything great. The paintings happen of themselves and I am there! That is all! I also paint representation landscapes, still life, marine and floral paintings with brush and a palette knife as well as abstract works.
Meet Jane Romanishko
Watercolour, & Pastel Master Artist
“Creating the energy of the painting,
the true essence of my subject
in their natural environment,
is more important to me than
a detailed record of the reality
I attempt to portray the true beauty of the subject in the fewest strokes possible.”
Date: November 18, 2021
Start time: 05:00 p.m. MST
End time: 06:00 p.m. MST