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Live Panel: How To Create A Cohesive Body Of Work

Thursday, March 21st

5–6pm MDT
7–8pm EDT
11pm–12am GMT
10am–11am AEDT (Friday)

Mentors: Veronica Funk and Crystal Beshara


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How To Create A Cohesive Body Of Work

Make a dramatic impact as an artist by creating a collection with a broader narrative.

Join Mastrius Mentors Veronica Funk and Crystal Beshara to learn how to approach the creation of a body of work with careful consideration for a more cohesive, intentional, and impactful artistic portfolio!

Prepare to:

✨ Define what a body of work is for you and why you need it as an artist
✨ Explore meaningful themes to maintain a consistent style throughout your collection.
✨ Experiment within your chosen theme or style to add interest and impact
✨ Plan a deliberate flow from piece to piece, ensuring a cohesive narrative or thematic progression.
✨ Develop a clear vision for presentation, considering exhibitions and emphasizing the narrative or thematic connection.

Don’t miss this discussion designed to boost your imagination and confidence in creating a body of work!

Always LIVE & INTERACTIVE –  bring your curiosity and your questions!

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Meet Veronica Funk


Veronica Funk was raised in northern Manitoba, studied Art & Design at Red Deer College, and is currently working towards a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Literature. She is a juried Member of the Alberta Society of Artists, the recipient of the Federation of Canadian Artists Tinyan Chan Award, Fortis Alberta Professional Artist Award, AAW Vitreous Amazing Cultural Ambassador Award, and has been recognized for her contributions to arts and culture in Alberta through the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Distinguished Artist and Soul of Airdrie nominations. Her artistic focus has shifted towards storytelling, with a recent emphasis on celebrating the lives and stories of women through portraiture.

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Meet Crystal Beshara

Oil | Watercolor

My rural upbringing greatly influenced my lens on the world. I use my artwork as an outlet for contemplative exploration of deeper concepts, reflecting on how I (and we, as humans) relate to an ever-changing landscape and environment. My subject matter is both a cathartic and documentative means to record a way of life that is slowly disappearing. It serves as a history of the people, homesteads, animals and the agriculture of this land. I want to illuminate subjects that sometimes can easily be overlooked. To transform the mundane into something beguiling. Most importantly, I want to share my passion with others so that these stories can be heard, seen and live on.

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Event Details

Date: March 21, 2024

Start time: 05:00 p.m. MDT

End time: 06:00 p.m. MDT

Venue: Online

Email: [email protected]