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Live Panel: Studio Tours & Setup

Thursday, March 23

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

Mentors: CM Cooper and Deb Mostert




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Join Mastrius Mentors CM Cooper and Deb Mostert for a LIVE panel on Studio Setup and Tour.

Deb and Christina will share and deconstruct studio organization tips and answer questions, like:

  • Do I need a big studio to make good art?
  • What should I focus on when organizing my art studio? 
  • How can I make my studio more functional and inspiring? 
  • What are the physical areas I should have in my studio? 
  • BRING YOUR OWN QUESTIONS! Mastrius Mentors are here to help.


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Meet C.M. Cooper


C. M. Cooper’s work has been published in both magazines and newspapers, including a featured article in “Southwest Artist’s Magazine” in 2003. C M was lucky to be the recipient of the Museum Director’s Award at the prestigious California Art Club’s 2002 Gold Medal Show. She was featured in Southwest’s November 2017 article “Painting the Figure”. 

She calls herself a “Contemporary Traditionalist” and is best known for her paintings of ballerina dancers, lounging women and sleeping children which have been granted various awards. Ms. Cooper  has been awarded Top Prize/ Third Best in Show by one of our nation’s most respected portrait artists, Everett Raymond Kinstler, at  the 2010 Salon International Show.

Most recently she was given an Award of Excellence Plein Air Magazine in the American Impressionist Society’ (AIS) 23rd National Juried Exhibition and the Best in Show at their very first “Small Works Show” (2017), and a Second Place in their 2018 “Small Works show”. 

She is a member of and actively participates in many juried shows in both Oil Painters of America and the American Impressionism Society where she recently was also honored with a signature member status. C. M. Cooper is currently represented by several galleries nationwide and her work is held in many private collections in the US.

Click Here to learn more about C.M. Cooper





Meet Deb Mostert

Oil | Watercolor | Graphite | Pen & Ink | Sculptor

Mostert’s contemporary art practice is 35 years young and involves drawing, painting, sculpture, and public art.

Her work has been built around the search for collected personal objects, a love of natural history and curated public museum collections which can become quirky and crisp conversations around memory, collection, curation, and value. Her daily habit of drawing in a sketchbook feeds her practice.

Mostert holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from Queensland College of Art and has had 18 solo shows and been involved in more than 70 group shows in both regional and commercial galleries. She has won several awards and been a finalist in many National art prizes including the KAAF Art Prize, Redland Art Awards, Archibald Salon de Refuses, Jacaranda Drawing Prize, and Marie Ellis Prize for Drawing.

Mostert has over 20 years teaching experience with workshops and artist in residencies.

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Event Details






Date: March 23, 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.