Free Art Critiques: Deborah Tilby & Gaye Adams
Thursday, July 7
5 – 6pm MDT
7 – 8pm EDT
12 – 1am BST (Friday, July 8)
9 – 10am AEST (Friday, July 8)
Masters: Pamela Beer and Gaye Adams
FREE FOR EVERYONE!
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Join Mastrius Master Deborah Tilby and Gaye Adams for LIVE Color and Composition Art CRITIQUES!
They will answer big questions, like:
- How important is it to follow the rules of composition and when can I break them?
- Is the use of color more effective than composition to enhance the story I'm telling through my artwork?
- How do I guide the viewer into my painting and keep them there?
- BRING YOUR QUESTIONS!
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Five pieces will be selected to receive live critique by Mastrius Master Artists during this event (artists MUST be in attendance).
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Meet Pamela Beer
Oil | Acrylic | Mixed Media
I grew up in rural America really wanting to get away and have some adventures. The beginnings of my life were not so pleasant. We were poor and struggling. I came from a broken home with alcoholism, abuse, and a feeling of oppression.
I had some idea as a teen that I needed to flee my life to find myself. I even put myself in danger on many occasions, taking risks that I look back on and now shudder to think of them.
I joined the military service and served in exotic places, like Japan, and visited many countries. I lived everywhere in my adult life in America that I could manage following my dreams.
My military career took me into the field of technology and for many years, it was the bread and butter that fed my career choices.
I married a wonderful man and had a beautiful daughter. We struggled at times as a family, but we came out winners because we stuck together and relied on our faith to sustain and hold us together through the types of trials that come to most families.
In 2013, I left my corporate role in the technology industry and turned to the one thing that had been my ‘go to’ activity for most of my life when things would get difficult; making art.
I started with watercolors, then acrylics, then oil and cold wax. It has taken me years to develop a sense of abstract style that is my own. In the beginning I painted what I thought others would like, then I came to the point when I realized that I only need to paint what is meaningful to me, the things I enjoy.
There is something so satisfying for me to just paint expressionistically, of ideas and feelings of places, or even people.
Meet Gaye Adams
My work is not difficult to understand – it is simply an expression and a diary of my impressions of those elements in the visual field that bring me joy.
I seek to create a sense of authenticity in my representational paintings, and lend my voice to creating awareness and appreciation of our natural world. My fond hope is to transport the viewer to beautiful wild places that I have been privileged to experience and to share my joy of rendering light, atmosphere and my sense of delight in the world around me. And to be able do all this with mere paint – to accomplish that makes me the most fulfilled of all people.
Date: July 07, 2022
Start time: 05:00 p.m. MDT
End time: 06:00 p.m. MDT