The following art workshops
are now open for
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"The Art Of Business: Financial Success For The Artist"
Instructor — David Langevin, SFCA
The most elusive skill set for the modern generation of artists has nothing to do with creativity or painting techniques. It is more often related to business and marketing.
Strategies for achieving financial success for artists are rarely taught, written or spoken about in artistic circles. Moreover, most of the ideas and schemes artists employ are ineffective. This is clearly evident by the results. Artists are amongst the lowest income earners of all professions.
Strategies for achieving financial success in the art market are actually much simpler and easier to implement than we have been led to believe.
David Langevin has been a professional full time artist for over 25 years. With this presentation, talk and discussion, David will help clear up a few myths and misconceptions about the Art of Business.
: $25 (+ GST)
Friday, September 30th, 7 – 9 pm (doors open at 6:30)
Location: McMillan Arts Centre, 133 McMillan St. Parksville BC
Instructor — David Langevin, SFCA
SOLD OUT - waiting list only
Trees and rocks, water and sky, mountains and snow; these elements, combined with distinctive painting methods and an audacious style, have characterized the paintings of David Langevin. His striking use of light and unique painting methods creates a captivating vision of Canada's landscapes.
David Langevin is a modern day Old Master. He has a Masters of Art Education degree specializing in methods and materials for the painter.
"I teach the kind of thing I wanted to learn as a young painter, and it is the kind of information that is much harder to come by. I call it the craft of painting; the knowledge that gives you complete mastery over the materials and techniques of painting.
My contention is that you can make good paintings if you follow some good recipes, but you will be bound to the rules and never have the understanding it takes to go beyond those formulas. Conversely, good painters consistently make good paintings. Like a good cook, a great painter has a profound understanding of the materials and methods of painting and so improvising on a recipe and making changes to suit a certain aesthetic criteria is a simple matter."
David's painting style is unique as he uses an elaborate system of layers of transparent and translucent paint that create dramatic images of his subjects.
: $400. (+ GST) includes lunch daily
Saturday and Sunday, October 1 - 2, 2016, 9:00 - 4:00 daily
Location: The Lighthouse Community Centre,
240 Lions Way,
Qualicum Bay, BC
Details for these workshops have not yet been finalized. Once everything for a workshop is confirmed, registration will open so
come back often.
- Alan Wylie - March 18 & 19, 2017
Location: McMillan Arts Centre,
133 McMillan St
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- The Island Arts Magazine reserves the right to cancel any class or workshop for any reason and in this case a 100% refund will be given.