Online or In-person Sessions
Oct – Nov 2021
with Jill Parry, artist, educator, art curator
Mamaroneck Artists Guild presents Art Critique Sessions as part of its 2021 Jump Start Your Art professional development series for emerging and established artists.
Art Critique sessions with Jill are designed to support artists who feel the need for more structure and direction for their work and desire ongoing interaction with other artists. Critique participants learn to be more confident in talking about their artwork and more aware how their artwork fits into the context of other artists in the current art market. Suggestions, encouragement and feedback are given to enable artists to grow and make progress in their chosen medium.
Online sessions via Zoom
Dates: Oct 5, Oct 19, Nov 2, Nov 16
Time: 11 am – 1 pm
Cost per 4 sessions: $140 MAG members / $180 Non-members
Limited enrollment of up to 7 people per section.
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“Critique sessions with Jill are great fun and informative! Leading the group discussion about our work, Jill always has positive advice for each artists’ unique work. It’s a fantastic and inspirational jump start to another productive week of creating art.” LO
“Jill’s critique sessions have helped me keep on track with my artwork and expand my vision of creativity to take my landscape paintings to the next level.” BH
“Thanks to Jill and her wonderful critique group I have been able to grow as an artist during the difficult time of this Pandemic. She has helped to keep me focused and excited about new adventures in painting. Jill is an inspiration, she researches artists for each member of the group to study and learn from and stimulates discussion of the artists’ unique personal vision and goals.” MS
About the facilitator:
Jill Parry is a successful artist and art educator. She also curates, juries shows and is an advisor on a gallery board. She has taught Textile Design and Fine Art and currently teaches figure painting and conducts art workshops. As a teaching artist she has worked extensively for ArtsWestchester and received multiple awards for her contributions to the arts. She studied art and design at Birmingham College of Art in the United Kingdom and at Slade School of Fine Art in London.
At the beginning of the COVID 19 Jill conceived of and organized online critique groups to support artists running their own practice.