Monday, May 17th
6.00 PM - 7.30 PM (PST)
Open to all levels!
Limited to 8 students!
Interactive Online Critiques:
To get to that “next level” you’ll sometimes need the constructive feedback of an experienced critic/fellow artist to drive your work forward. Critiques will help you grow as an artist and help you develop your work. Hear what is working in your art and ask for input on your current challenges. You’ll receive an overall evaluation of your artwork's strengths and weaknesses and a clear idea of how to move forward with your art by FCA Senior Member Dale Byhre.
About Dale Byhre, SFCA:
Long interested in marine art, Dale Byhre has specialized in depicting both historical and modern ships. Ranging from rocky shorelines and the working boats of the west coast to the fighting ships of World War II, Dale has encompassed a strong appreciation for both ships and the sea, depicting them both with accuracy and reverence. Dale Byhre's paintings are masterful recreations of a time and place based on long hours of research and study. Whether a battleship in action during a critical moment in history or fishing docks on a peaceful morning.
Dale was this year made a Senior member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, and is a Signature member of the American Society of Marine Artists. Dale’s work is in many private and public collections, including those of the Royal Canadian Navy, the US Naval Academy Museum, the US Naval History and Heritage Command, the Mosquito Fleet Exhibit, the USS Turner Joy Museum and others. Recently, Dale’s originals and reproductions depicting US Naval involvement during the Vietnam War, have become highly praised and sought after, especially by veterans who served there aboard those very ships. Dale takes great pride in the friendships made through his artwork and has been honoured by being an invited guest at various USN reunion events. Dale is a full-time artist and lives with his wife Susan in Cloverdale, B.C.
How to register:
Using the submission on artists.ca, upload up to two images of your work for the Online Critique Session by no later than Wednesday 12th May. The critique is limited to 8 participants, so please submit early in order to secure your spot.
$20 (members) / $25 (non-members) + 5% GST
After enrolling you will receive an emailed invoice. Please keep this for your records. Closer to the critique date, you will be sent an email with further instructions and a link to the interactive online platform. If you have further questions about online critiques, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-681-2744.
Register online by clicking "Register Now".