The Tevlin Atelier: Two New Lecture Series & Annual Small Gems Studio Sale
Two New Lecture Series
PICASSO IN 6 WEEKS: There is never enough time to discuss the true importance and innovative genius of Pablo Picasso, but 6 – 2 hour lectures should scratch the surface. A full description of the lecture series may be found on the 2022 Lecture Schedule page. To register, please email me to arrange an Interac e transfer. The tuition is $250/student. The lectures will take place on Tuesdays, from 11am to 1pm, November 8, 15, 22, 29, December 6, 13, 2022. Places will be confirmed upon the receipt of tuition. Please be vaccinated for Covid. Members of the class are encouraged to wear masks.
SIX FEMALE ARTISTS THAT CHANGED MY LIFE: In this exciting series we will discuss the wonderful work and careers of: Elizabeth Vigée LeBrun, Frida Kahlo, Emily Carr, Georgia O’Keeffe, Mary Cassatt, and Paula Rego. A full description of the lecture series is on the 2022 Lecture Schedule page. To register, please email me to arrange an Interac e transfer. The tuition is $250/student. The lectures will take place on Tuesdays, from 11am to 1pm, January 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7, 14, 2023. Places will be confirmed upon the receipt of tuition. Please be vaccinated for Covid. Members of the class are encouraged to wear masks.
The Annual Small Gems Studio Sale
Everyone is welcome. Prices are from $20 (for very small works) to $800. These small works are ideal gifts for loved ones during the festive season. The Studio Sale will be held Sunday afternoons from noon to 5pm, on the following dates: November 6, 13, 27, December 4, 11, 18. Please RSVP, with your chosen date, and time of arrival. It is possible to visit the studio during the week, by appointment. The smaller works may be viewed on the website in the following portfolios: Small Paintings and Small Drawings & Watercolours. Larger works may be viewed in the studio, if requested in advance, or on the website. Please note that Toronto studio prices are usually less than 60% of posted Saatchi prices.
Two New Painting Series
During the pandemic Tevlin created a series of oversized canvases entitled “Messengers During A Time of Pestilence”. Each oil on canvas work measures 6ft X 5ft. They may be viewed on The Tevlin Atelier website.
In January 2022, Tevlin’s unexpected, mid-pandemic, breast cancer diagnosis resulted in a series of 8 paintings called “The Topic of Cancer”.
Why paint the story of a personal encounter with the Big C? As an intelligent, educated, and well informed woman, Tevlin found that she was constantly surprised at what was going to happen to her next “as a cancer patient.” In a way, she says, “It also helped me feel more in control.” Each step along her cancer journey includes an introspective text describing the medical intervention, and her thoughts about it. Good fortune was with her all the way, she declares, “To be able to paint, rather than close down, during such a traumatic experience. That’s just plain luck.”
You can view these works on her website or at her upcoming open house.
Suzanne Tevlin is a well known artist and lecturer in Toronto. Author of “The Conspiracy of Silence; Gericault’s ‘Raft of the Medusa’ and the Abolitionist Movement” and “The Invisible Woman: Searching for The Black Female in Western Art,” she was, recently, the only Canadian artist to be invited to take part in the exhibition “GOLD” at the Musée Belvedere in Vienna.
As an international lecturer and artist she spent 12 years in Europe where she lectured at Le Musée Ephrussi de Rothschild and La Villa Kerylos in France. While in France she founded “The Tevlin Perspective: Art History from the Artist’s Point of View”. Suzanne has lectured in major museums in Europe and North America, as well as the University of Toronto, University of St Michael’s College, OCAD, TPL, Parsons-Paris, Ghost Ranch, WAAC, Campbell House, and HotDocs/Curious Minds.
Suzanne Tevlin has been associated with a Paris gallery for over 30 years, and has had numerous exhibitions in Paris, Monaco, along the Cote d’Azur and in London, as well as in Canada. She is represented in collections throughout Europe and North America.