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Live Panel: How to Price Your Art

Thursday, June 2

5 – 6pm MDT
7 – 8pm EDT
12 – 1am BST (Friday, June 3)
9 – 10am AEST (Friday, June 3)

Veronica Funk, Desmond O’Hagan, Karen Weihs


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Join Mastrius Master Artists Veronica Funk, Desmond O’Hagan, and Karen Weihs as they discuss ‘How to PRICE your ARTWORK!’

Get answers to your BIG questions, like:

  • How much should I sell my paintings for as an aspiring or emerging artist?
  • Should I increase my prices every year? By how much?
  • Should I give discounts to friends and family?
  • And, of course, BRING YOUR QUESTIONS!

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Meet Desmond O'Hagan

Desmond O’Hagan was born in Wiesbaden, Germany, and was raised in the United States. He has been professionally painting for 30 years and resides in Denver, Colorado, where he devotes his time to his art in oils and pastels, and traveling throughout the world.

He has long been considered one of the leading urbanscape artists in the world.

In the field, he has won many major awards for his artwork – including:

  • Southwest Art Magazine’s Award of Excellence

  • International Assoc. of Pastel Societies’ Prix’d Pastel Award

  • IAPS Juried Show’s The Maggie Price Award for Excellence

  • Colorado Governor’s Invitational Art Show Award of Merit 2020, 2019, 2018

Awards at the Pastel Society of America’s Annual Shows in New York City:

  • Mrs. Pearl Kalikow Award

  • Hudson Valley Art Association Award

  • Connecticut Pastel Society Award

He has also won the George Innes, Jr. Memorial Award from the Salmagundi Club, and the Top Five Plein Air Paintings Award at the “Altitude & Attitude” Exhibition in Denver, Colorado.

For years, his artwork has been selected for inclusion in a number of prestigious exhibitions across America including Denver Rotary Club’s “Artists of America“, Colorado Governor’s Invitational Art ShowThe Pastel Society of America (NYC), and the Salmugundi Club in New York City.

Mr. O’Hagan has also been invited to exhibit artwork in JapanChinaCanada, and France.

Mr. O’Hagan is a Master Pastelist with the Pastel Society of America, and is listed in Who’s Who in American ArtWho’s Who in America, and in the Hall of Fame at the Art Institute of Colorado.

In May 2005, he was inducted into the International Association of Pastel Societies‘ “Master Circle“. In 2018, he was awarded Eminent Pastelist status by IAPS.

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Meet Karen Weihs

Weihs is a master of following creative impulses that inspire courage, uplift the spirit and elevate art-making to a new level of intellectual stimulation making her an extraordinary teacher known for giving permission to students to explore their creativity, encouraging them to make marks with joyful abandon and experiment with tools and techniques that lead to her individual style. Weihs studied with LaMar Dodd at the University of Georgia, USA, earning a BFA degree. His repetitive, coloristic modern style was great influence.

Karen was born and raised in Charleston, SC, raised two sons and worked with and sold 7 restaurants there with her restauranteur husband, Chris Weihs, also a European trained professional chef.

They now live in Sarasota, FL where she maintains a private home studio. Member of AWA, OPA, Salmagundi Club, Weihs is skilled in painting en plein air realism to abstracts to special commissions. She has published two books.

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Meet Veronica Funk

Veronica Funk grew up in the most beautiful place in northern Manitoba, surrounded by the Churchill River and boreal forests.  Though she didn’t receive formal art education in the north, she was taught traditional crafts by her neighborhood Cree grandmothers, such as weaving, beading, moccasin making, and a little birch bark biting.  She learned to draw by copying the Archie comics that were prevalent in her home as her mother is from South America and the comics helped her to learn English.  Her father told her that the comics also inspired her name.

“This place north of 56, where I learned to survive in the wilderness as part of my public education, where we came together to celebrate the Winter Carnival, racing in snowshoes, baking bannock, watching the dog sled races, where we were raised to nurture nature, was a place that I never wanted to leave,” she recounts.

After moving to Alberta, she studied Art & Design at Red Deer College, then returned to Manitoba to apprentice with potters, stone sculptors and painters and spent a year creatively painting on a farm in Saskatchewan. She is currently continuing her studies through Thompson Rivers University with an emphasis in painting

Her work was initially inspired by a northern exhibit of work created by Benjamin Chi Chi, of the Woodlands Artists and also by the vibrant palettes and simplified yet inspirational images of Georgia O’Keeffe and Lawren Harris of the Group of Seven. As she resides in a rapidly growing environment, her work has grown to reflect a suburban influence in the use of spray paint and stencils which are also prevalent in graffiti.

Veronica’s work has been exhibited across Canada and in the United States and is found in private and corporate collections around the world. She is a member of the Alberta Society of Artists, the Federation of Canadian Artists and resides in Airdrie, Alberta.  Her work has been featured in Galleries West, ARABELLA, Where Women Create, Cloth Paper Scissors and In Her Studio magazines.

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Event Details

Date: June 02, 2022

Start time: 05:00 p.m. MDT

End time: 06:00 p.m. MDT

Venue: Online