Sheryl Luxenburg, art career mentoring


All artwork is a projection of our inner self. By making art, we are recording our life’s experiences, teaching us about who we are, how we feel, how we engage with the world, what we struggle with, what we embrace, what we are afraid of, what we hide from and what we need. Our work helps us to understand on a deeper unconscious level what is happening for us in the here-and-now, bringing awareness to what may be buried and what cannot be explained using words alone. It is when we can have these parts of ourself reflected back to us through our art, that we can discover growth, provide answers to questions about our inner self, gain awareness, make change and advance in our career.

I am a classically trained hyperreal painter, a clinical psychologist and an artist mentor. I am internationally known for my hyper-realistic watercolour and acrylic paintings. My undergraduate fine art education was completed in studio painting at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, and graduate studies at The Banff Centre For The Arts, Banff, Alberta and Keene State College, New Hampshire, U.S.A. My two graduate degrees in clinical psychology are from McGill University, Montreal, Quebec and the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario. My work can be found in private/patron, corporate and museum collections in Canada, the United States and Europe. I am a professional member of CARFAC Ontario, Canada.

I offer one on one mentoring sessions in English to artists all over the world, in person, by telephone or video conferencing. I specialize in helping artists quickly get to the heart of their issues to overcome obstacles and find success and advancement with their career.
Sheryl Luxenburg
Apr 3, 2019

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