Live Panel: Copying Artwork: Practice vs. Plagiarism
Thursday, October 27
5 – 6pm MDT
7 – 8pm EDT
12 – 1am BST (Friday)
10 – 11am AEST (Friday)
Panelists: Gaye Adams, Yvonne Reddick, Stephen Puttrich
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Join Mastrius Masters Gaye Adams, Yvonne Reddick, and Stephen Puttrich for a LIVE Panel on Copying Artwork: Practice vs. Plagiarism!
Tune in to hear them answer YOUR big questions, like:
- What is considered plagiarism, and how can you avoid it?
- Is it ever okay to copy another artist’s work?
- What should you do if you see someone copying your artwork?
- And BRING YOUR QUESTIONS!
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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 to do all this with mere paint – to accomplish that makes me the most fulfilled of all people.
Meet Yvonne Reddick
Oil | Acrylic
Yvonne Reddick is known for her skillful use of layers of transparent and opaque pigments to achieve paintings that appear lit from within. Communicating her heart with her paintbrush, she passionately conveys on canvas what is bubbling up inside of her. As each layer of colour requires time to dry she moves from one creation to the next, having several paintings in process in her studio.
While spending time travelling in Italy, Reddick was emotionally stirred and deeply inspired by the beauty of the old world paintings and sculptures, particularly those from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Accepting an invitation from renowned Canadian artist David Langevin, Yvonne spent several years studying under him in the master-apprentice tradition. Since 2007 when she was invited to be represented by some of the Fine Art Galleries in Canada, she has been working full time at her craft. She continues to study and apply the techniques of the European Old Masters such as Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Titian and Vermeer.
Reddick paints a wide variety of genres. Initially her signature subject matter being still life, her famous ‘pear’ paintings and intimate scenes of a latte or cup of tea with a newspaper or book quickly became widely popular. For the past several years her landscape paintings, evoking a variety of exquisite vistas from a warm, vibrant sunset to the deep blues and greens of the ocean, have also been collected internationally.
Meet Stephen Puttrich
Oil | Watercolour | Mixed Media | Gouache
Date: October 27, 2022
Start time: 05:00 p.m. MDT
End time: 06:00 p.m. MDT