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The Artist Diaries with David Langevin

Wednesday, April 12

12 – 1pm MDT
2 – 3pm EDT
7 – 8pm BST
4 – 5am AEST (Thursday)

Master: David Langevin
Host: Julie deBoer


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Join us at Mastrius for a live and interactive recording of The Artist Diaries—Digging Deep Beyond the Palette! 

Artist, mentor, and Mastrius co-founder Julie DeBoer sits down with David Langevin, a Canadian Master Artist who has elevated his skills and craft by Following the Old Masters’ Footsteps. David Langevin is a modern-day Old Master—an impeccable craftsman and innate talent.

  • You’ll find lots of takeaways to apply to your own creative journey as you hear:
  • David’s journey from a young painter to becoming an extremely talented Master Artist;
  • Why and how he studied the Old Masters’ styles and techniques in detail after completing his art degree;
  • How to balance an art career creating art and teaching while staying inspired; and
  • The pivotal advice David wished he received early on in his career.
  • Bring YOUR OWN QUESTIONS for David!



🚩 Tickets are FREE for everyone
🎙️ Event recording is immediately available for Mastrius Members. Find publicly available Artist Diaries on the Mastrius YouTube channel.

About David Langevin

Oil and Acrylic Master

David Langevin wanted to be an artist from a very young age and so when I graduated high school I went on to study Fine Arts in college and university. I did not learn a lot about how to be a better artist or painter, and they taught us nothing about the professional life of an artist and how to make a living in the trade.

After graduating university I spent years studying materials and techniques of painting and in particular, the methods of the Old Masters of the Renaissance and Baroque periods.

When I developed my courses and workshops for artists I decided that I would focus on teaching all of the stuff that I wanted to learn in school: Being a master of my craft, and; understanding the strategies and skills required to make a living selling my art. I have also learned that the best way to learn almost any skill set is to learn directly from an accomplished professional in the field – a Master (or Sage).

Taking workshops and getting mentoring is the way to go for any artist wanting to be a better painter, and a more successful entrepreneur.

Learn more about David

Event Details

Date: April 12, 2023

Start time: 12:00 p.m. MDT

End time: 01:00 p.m. MDT



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.