Cityscapes & Landscape Art Critiques
Thursday, February 2
5 – 6pm MST
7 – 8pm EST
12 – 1am GMT (Friday)
11am – 12pm AEDT (Friday)
Masters: Reha Sakar, Dan Mondloch
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Join Mastrius Mentor Artists Reha Sakar and Dan Mondloch for LIVE Cityscape and Landscape ART CRITIQUES!
Learn through critique as the Mentors answer big questions, like:
- What are the major components of successful cityscapes and landscapes?
- How important is it to follow the rules of composition? When can (and should) I break them?
- Does composition or colour most effectively enhance cityscape/landscape art?
- How do I guide the viewer into my painting and keep them there?
- BRING YOUR QUESTIONS!
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Your piece could be one of FIVE artworks selected to receive live critique by the Mastrius Mentor Artists during this event.
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Meet Reha Sakar
Watercolor | Digital Art
I was born in Istanbul and I moved to Canada in 2008. I have been painting since I was very little. My mom is also an artist so we used to work together all my childhood.
I always liked realism in paintings and every medium I use. My works looked realistic, or at least I aimed for it. I had 2 dreams when I was a kid, one to be an astronomer and the other one to be an archaeologist. As most of the kids, I was also in love with space too. So I decided to study astronomy.
While studying at the university I was so sure that it wasn’t something for me to do my entire life. Astronomy is really amazing but I was sure that it won’t be my job. I loved astronomy but had no passion for it. While at school my father wanted me to do what he does for a living at that time, which was being an insurance broker. He knew some people and made me work during the summer times in such big insurance companies.That life is not for me, nothing about that life was for me.
So I remember writing a letter to my father that I will not be working at a table job my entire life. During this time I never stopped doing art. My mom realized that I was struggling for my way and he sent me to a course to learn Photoshop in 2003. I found out that I had to learn 3D. And after stepping into 3d my path was more clear. I started working on TV channels for summer time, did so many concept paintings in Photoshop and had fallen in love with Matte Painting.
Meet Dan Mondloch
Oil | Watercolour
Dan is an award winning third-generation painter. His first interest in painting was in the 9th grade; while driving with his dad he mentioned he’d like to try painting. The next morning he woke to the kitchen table covered with everything he could ever possibly need to paint a picture. He’s been featured in Plein Air Magazine and Southwest Art Magazine. Recent honors include the Jean Stern Distinctive Legacy Award at the Laguna Plein Air Invitational and Best of show at Grand Marais Plein Air.
A regular workshop instructor, he travels occasionally but prefers to stay close to home. He lives in Cold Spring, MN with his wife Mallory, sons Jack (6) and Drew (3), daughter Emma (1), plein air painting canine bud – Ruby, a cat named Hunter, and 15 chickens.
Date: February 02, 2023
Start time: 05:00 p.m. MDT
End time: 06:00 p.m. MDT