This is a list of generally used documents and links for the LPAA. If you have any questions about these, or something missing, please contact the President or specific Committee Chair. The Membership List is not included as one of these resources, but is instead periodically sent to members.
To see the information, click on the items below.
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Exhibition Opportunities — An ongoing list of opportunities in our local communities. We invite members to contribute to this list.
In the News — articles about the LPAA and its members
• Ground Rules
• Standing Orders
• Life Membership Application
. . . M I S C E L L A N E O U S R E S O U R C E S . . .
Artist Biography—Writing Your Artist Biography (a complete guide to writing and perfecting your artist biography.)
Cleaning and Organizing Supplies—Art supplies are an expensive investment, so it's wise to manage and maintain them carefully. Keep supplies organized so you can find everything easily. (Grove Collaborative)
• Understanding Copyright (American)
• FLOWCHART to guide your thinking. (Click to enlarge.) Used with permission.
• Canadian Copyright Law
Creating Abstracts (Judy Mayer-Grieve demo notes)
The Design House — Fine art reproduction studio specializing in museum quality giclée prints for artists and photographers.
Creating Excitement in Watercolour (Atanur Dogan – student notes)
Egg Tempera (Debra Tate-Sears workshop notes)
• Materials and Supplies
• Egg Tempera Painting Techniques
• Gesso Recipe
• Head Portrait – step-by-step
Elizabeth Street Pumphouse (Brief notes about this historical building.)
Interior Design Elements: All About Color — Information on Primary, Secondary and Tertiary colours, all in one spot. There are links and videos to even more information to help you understand colour and colour theory. An A1 resource.
Drawing in Pen and Ink — Dave Morley demo
Perfecting the Fine Art of Water Colours (Winsor & Newton leaflet)
Philip Gebhardt: Photography demo notes
• 10 Composition Techniques to Use
• Types of Images
• Viewing Frame
• The Claude Glass
• Diptychs and Triptychs
• Plein Air Painting (Grimsby Public Art Gallery brochure)
• Artist Daily
Preparing your Artwork for Hanging (Federation of Canadian Artists)
Secrets from Old Painters (Doug Purdon handout)
Shelley Prior Demo Painting Glass
Ten Reasons for the Emerging Artist to Join a Local Art Group
Zoltan Szabo Simple Lessons (watercolour)
• Basic workshop supplies
• Get the Most Out of Workshops