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Live Panel: Loosen Up Your Painting

Monday, July 11

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

Masters: Cindy Revell, Pamela Beer, Sheila Davis


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Join Mastrius Master Artists Cindy Revell, Pamela Beer, and Sheila Davis for an exciting discussion on LOOSENING UP your painting.

Get answers to your big questions, like:

  • What does it mean to paint loosely? And why should I?
  • How can I make my paintings more flowing and painterly?
  • What are some tips and techniques I can use in my painting process?

As always, we’re LIVE & INTERACTIVE, so bring your questions!

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Meet Cindy Revell

“Vibrant flowers and spirited animals and birds have been showing up in my illustration and fine art for many years. The inspiration can come from anywhere. It can be found in the pistachio colour of an aspen trunk in the rain, a spotted horse in the pasture, the golden colour of light during a walk to the chicken house, or the inquisitive birds which are a common element in a vivid mix of florals, patterns, and animals.”

Cindy Revell’s vividly colored oil paintings are created in a sunny studio where a shrimpy, personable mutt and ancient cat keep her company and provide inspiration. Revell and her talented husband who can build or fix anything live in the countryside outside of Sherwood Park, Alberta.

Meet Pamela Beer

“As an artist I’m all about SPACIOUS JOY, WITH EMOTION, WITH HUMOR, WITH LOVE…ALWAYS. I consider myself a contemporary mixed-media artist. Color inspires me and so too texture. It seems redundant to paint what I see, so painting what I feel describes my work perfectly.”

“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.”

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Meet Sheila Davis

β€œUsing traditional oils, I work quickly and vigorously, laying in several layers of transparent colour and value using large dynamic brushstrokes combined with splatter and drip, these layers are each reworked with opaque brushwork and calligraphy as I attempt to portray what first excited me about the subject, the flash causing the rush of Adrenalin and the urge to β€˜get it down’ before the feeling dissipates. I prefer to work in a large format where I can apply movement and gesture to express the intense vitality and power I experience in the landscape. I want the viewer to experience the moment as if they are standing there with me.”

Primarily self-taught, Sheila has been a professional artist for over 23 years. Her interest lies in obscure areas of the environment as seen on the periphery of daily vision.

Event Details

Date: July 11, 2022

Start time: 05:00 p.m. MDT

End time: 06:00 p.m. MDT

Venue: Online