CSARN mentor and visual artist Bernard Poulin on mentoring
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Most Mediums –
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A lifetime of experience in most visual artistic mediums. Interested in providing constructive evaluation and guidance on reaching potential.
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With a Diploma in Art from the University of Manitoba and an MFA with a specialization in Fibres from Concordia University, this mentor’s work has been shown in solo and international exhibitions across Canada and internationally. She has also taught at the university level
175. Male – Toronto
This artist’s practice involves conceptual-
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This mentor’s work is project based with installation outcomes. The work is usually made out of everyday materials and installed in relationship to place. Her studio practice is process-
177. Male – Vancouver
An interdisciplinary artist with a personal and a socially engaged practice. His focus has been on environmental and health issues. He believes that art needs to regain its place with the general public as a way of learning and knowing.
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Crafts Potter –
Painting & Drawing
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la peinture –
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After 42 years as a full-
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Landscape Painter – acrylics –
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Drawings and collage –
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his artist excels in the art of pastel and watercolor and has traveled extensively. She paints interiors and landscapes, but also international portraitist. Her works are found in the Canadian War Museum, the United States, Australia and England
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This artist works using a kiln to alter, fuse and slump glass. She has been commissioned to create works for the Ontario Arts Council, The Provincial Government of Ontario, IMAX Corporation, the University of Waterloo, Wilfred Laurier University as well as many other private and corporate commissions (Available for a half mentorship)
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Robert Bateman once described this landscape painter’s work as painterly, in the style of Fauves and the Group of Seven. A well-
189 – Female – Vancouver
Painting is process orientated. I learn by doing as well as through remaining open to accident, allowing the image to emerge from the gathered energy in the hand and body interacting with the surface of the canvas or panel. I can share what I have learned by experiment and trusting my marks and by listening and practice over many, many hours of studio time. I can share inspiration and my passion for the work. I can teach the value of hard work and the joy of discovery. I can share from a vast library of books both technical and biographical of many artists who have spent their lives as creatives.
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Photographic Artist with extensive photographic knowledge to share. Artist has worked in production and exhibition of art photography, slide-
71 – Male – London – Print Maker Offering a one on one mentorship on the art of Print Making.
72. Female – Hamilton – Metal Smith and Jewelry design – Winner of International awards and teacher of award winning students. Eager to share knowledge on the creative process and the use of a full service metalworking / jewelry classroom.
172. Female – Ottawa – Founded the Ottawa Art Society in 2015, a charitable organization designed to showcase and support visual arts organizations in Ottawa. Was a Senior Project Manager in Exhibitions Management at the National Gallery of Canada and worked, as well, with the Portrait Gallery of Canada, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Canadian Centre for Architecture, the Canadian Museum of History, and the Inuit Art Section of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. I would be happy to share my knowledge and experience with you.Fe