Live Panel: YouTube for Artists
Thursday, February 23
5 – 6pm MST
7 – 8pm EST
12 – 1am GMT (Friday)
11am – 12pm AEDT (Friday)
Masters: Belinda del Pesco & Lorraine Watry
Host: Julie deBoer
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Join Mastrius Masters Belinda del Pesco and Lorraine Watry for a LIVE Panel on YouTube for Artists.
YouTube is one of the largest and most popular websites in the world, with over 2 billion monthly active users. How do we best unlock its huge potential for artists looking to promote and share their work?
Master Artists Belinda and Lorraine share their YouTube expertise and tackle all your questions:
- What makes YouTube a good platform for artists and why?
- What can YouTube best help me with? Growing my audience, creating income streams, selling my art?
- How do I get a YouTube channel started? What kind of content do I share?
- BRING YOUR OWN QUESTIONS! Mastrius Mentors are here to help.
Always LIVE & INTERACTIVE!
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Meet Belinda del Pesco
Watercolor Paint | Graphite Art | Printmaking Art
Belinda paints watercolors and produces small printmaking editions in her California Art Studio. Her paintings and printmaking focus on Figurative, Still Life and Interiors, often inspired by photos of her family. She’s been a full time artist since 2001, framing and selling her work at Art Festivals, galleries, regional exhibits and via her Etsy Shop.
She started an Art Blog in 2005 to build creative community and share printmaking and watercolor painting techniques. The growth of her blog propelled her to launch a YouTube Channel in 2007 to reach more artists, and share in-depth art-making tutorials.
In 2017, Belinda published online video courses to teach subjects like How to Title Art, and Monotype Printmaking. She runs two lively printmaking groups on social media – one on Monotype and another on Collagraphs. She loves experimenting in everything from art-making methods, to salvaging failed art with other media, and using digital marketing to reach new collectors, and grow an engaging Email list, etc. Her work is in collections in North America, Europe and Asia, and she’s been featured in books by Carol Marine (Daily Painting), Uppercase Magazine (Art Supplies; Ingredients of Creativity) and Suzie MacKenzie (Making Collagraph Prints).
She would love to encourage your creative journey forward with you, because she believes we get better at art together.
Meet Lorraine Watry
I paint a variety of subjects, but a theme of reflective, shiny objects runs throughout a lot of my watercolors. Reflective objects like water, glass, and metal hold a fascination for me and I am drawn to the unusual, abstract shapes that are often in realistic subjects. These abstract shapes are a nice counterpoint to a bird, band instrument, or waterlily.
I tend to paint a series of the same subject over time and I have now painted quite a few birds in water, waterfalls, and waterlilies.
I enjoy showing the beauty of nature in these brief moments in time.
Date: February 23, 2023
Start time: 05:00 p.m. MST
End time: 06:00 p.m. MST