The Artist Diaries with Cindy Revell
Thursday, December 8
5 – 6pm MST
7 – 8pm EST
12 – 1am GMT (Friday)
11am – 12pm AEDT (Friday)
Master: Cindy Revell
Host: Annae Jones
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Join us at Mastrius for a live and interactive recording of The Artist Diaries—Digging Deep Beyond the Palette!
Artist Annae Jones interviews Cindy Revell, professional illustrator and fine artist. They chat about the ups and downs of art as a career and the winding path Cindy took from realism to creating whimsical paintings from her imagination.
“Art is where my imagination meets the real world.” —Cindy Revell
You’ll find lots of takeaways to apply to your own creative journey as you hear:
- Cindy’s perspective on art as a career and what it takes to be successful;
- How she started as an illustrator and realistic painter and why she grew into whimsy;
- Balancing art as a job, lifestyle and hobby—and the importance of painting what makes you happy!
- And where Cindy goes for inspiration.
- Bring YOUR QUESTIONS for Cindy!
Always LIVE & INTERACTIVE!
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About 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.
The seed for a painting can start as tiny thumbnail drawings in sketchbooks, notebooks and bits of paper that litter the studio. Sometimes the ideas come in an instant and sometimes they simmer for a long while.
Thick and lively brushstrokes are reminiscent of the swirling scratchboard marks from my early years of illustration. They have a flow that tends to wrap themselves around the objects creating energy and movement. Pure and vibrant colours give the paintings an optimistic and life-affirming quality.
It all comes to life in gardens, interiors and still lifes where they fuse in an exuberant and joyful mix that playfully hints of the great connection between all life, reminding us that there is still wonder in this world and reason for hope.
Date: December 08, 2022
Start time: 05:00 p.m. MST
End time: 06:00 p.m. MST