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Live Panel: How to Deal With Imposter Syndrome

Thursday, April 27

5–6pm MDT
7–8pm EDT
12am–1am BST (Friday)
9am–10am AEST (Friday)

Mentors: Lynette Melnyk and Caprice Hogg




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Most artists feel their work is not good enough and are afraid of sharing it at different points in their careers. Join Mastrius Mentors Lynette Melnyk and Caprice Hogg for a panel on Dealing With Imposter Syndrome!

In this panel, you'll gain a deeper understanding of what imposter syndrome is and how to manage it so you can keep painting, improve your art, and gain confidence in your process!

Lynette and Caprice will discuss this popular artist topic and delve into these questions—and MORE!

  • What does imposter syndrome really mean and how do I manage it as an artist? 
  • Do all artists have imposter syndrome? Will I get to a stage where it goes away? 
  • Are there any benefits to imposter syndrome?
  • What can I do practically to navigate imposter syndrome and grow as an artist?
  • And, of course, BRING YOUR OWN QUESTIONS! Mastrius Mentors are here to help.


🚩 Tickets ONLY $10 | FREE for Mastrius Members
🎙️  Event recording available for Mastrius Members only

Meet Lynette Melnyk

Acrylic | Mixed Media

Do you resonate with these thoughts?
Deep down, you know you are capable of more, but what is holding you back?
What steps can you take to breakthrough your roadblocks and move forward?

If so, as a Creative Mentor, I help with aspects of your artistic life including your thoughts and emotions. I help you dive deeper and ask yourself questions to determine what you can do to manifest your creative potential, to get unstuck, to rebound from self-doubt and external criticism, and understand yourself to live a balanced and inspired life.


A safe space is held for you to express your concerns and dreams, such as:

  • How to uncover your purpose and clarity.
  • Assessment and determine strengths, interests, desires.
  • Investigate blockages, fears, self-doubt, anxiety, imposter syndrome.
  • How to overcome obstacles and challenges, overwhelm and burn-out.
  • Adding play and laughter to your days.
  • Build confidence.
  • How to gain better problem-solving skills and make better decisions.
  • How to think more creatively for idea-generating in your work.
  • Marketing, branding, goal setting, strategy.
  • Develop an action plan and follow-through.
  • Commissions and partnerships.
  • Motivation and support.
  • Accountability

Click Here to learn more about Lynette

Meet Caprice Hogg

Oil Master

Caprice Hogg first picked up a paintbrush in 1994 and has been painting across Canada – indoors and outdoors – ever since. Her life and career has been utterly immersed in the world of art. From all of her travels, it is the landscape of the west that truly speaks to Caprice and is the subject matter that most often winds up on her canvases. After years of painting and exhibiting, Caprice first opened the doors of Caprice Fine Art & Co Studio Gallery in 2003, nestled amongst the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Kimberley, British Columbia. It is here, completely surrounded by nature, where Caprice lives, paints, sells and teaches art amongst the alpine air and this inspires her daily. Her original oil paintings are now in private and corporate collections across the world from Canada, the United States, Europe, and New Zealand. Her close relationship with those who have purchased her paintings is an honour and a cornerstone of her work.

After painting full time for many years, it was a natural progression to start teaching art. Caprice’s mentors taught her the rules of fine art using the same principles used by the Masters that inspire her, such as Michelangelo, the Group of Seven, and Emily Carr, to name a few. Her insatiable thirst for knowledge of art become an obsession as Caprice eagerly reads each and every art book she can get her hands on. She feels privileged to pass on their legacy to her students today. During her years as a teacher, Caprice has worked with elementary school children, disadvantaged youths, persons with disabilities, and retired people; in person and online from across Canada. During this process of community and creativity, magical things can happen.

Caprice believes that art is the connecting link that goes far beyond oil paints, canvases and brushes. Her goal is to bring out those hidden gems in her students in the same gentle and profound way that her mentors did for her.

Click Here to learn more about Caprice

Event Details






Date: April 27, 2023

Start time: 05:00 p.m. MDT

End time: 06:00 p.m. MDT

Venue: Online



Since 1994 Tri-Art Manufacturing is a Canadian family run company producing a wide range of artist paints in Kingston Ontario. Tri-Art is known by artists nationally and internationally for it's high quality products. Starting with 3 founding members and a single paint line, in a 100 square foot area, Tri-Art has now grown to employ over 70 people, and produce over 20 different paint lines in a production area of over 100,000 square feet.