Local and Online Art Supplies
|Cheap Joes – www.cheapjoes.com
Gamblin – www.gamblincolors.com
Dick Blick – www.dickblick.com
Utrecht – www.utrecht.com
Daniel Smith – www.danielsmith.com/
The Duck Store – Art Store (University of Oregon), www.uoduckstore.com, Eugene, Oregon
Oregon Art Supply – http://www.oregonartsupply.com/, Eugene, Oregon
UCC Bookstore – Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, Oregon
Michael’s – www.michaels.com , Garden Valley Shopping Center, Roseburg, Oregon
Jarvis Custom Frame Shop, Roseburg, Oregon
Dot Dotson’s Camera Shop, www.dotdotsons.com, Eugene, Oregon
Pro Photo, www.prophotosupply.com, Portland, Oregon
Recommended Materials for Plein Air Participants
For the Acrylic (traditional or open) Painter:
– French easel or box with tripod
For Both Painters:
– A cup of some sort for rinse water
For the Oil Painter (traditional or oil):
– French easel or box with tripod
“How Does a Juried Show Work?” Resource now available!
We have lots of juried art shows at the Umpqua Valley Arts Association, but how do they really work? Find out how the basics of juried shows here!
Copyright Survival Course
Everything you need to know about a copyright! Click here!
Artwork Hanging Systems
Arakawa Hanging Systems, Portland 888-272-5292
Quality Jpeg images of your artwork?
John Waller; Imaging by Fox: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fine Art & Antique Appraisals
Cathryn Sharlkey Larsen, GCA Certified Appraiser #00573
- The Artist’s Magazine
- Southwest Art Magazine
- Pastel Journal
- American Artist Magazine (Artist Daily)
- Plein Air Magazine (Outdoor Painter)
- Ceramics Monthly
- Alla Prima – Everything I Know About Painting, by Richard Schmid
- Landscape Painting Inside and Out, by Kevin MacPherson
Historical Artists of Interest
John Singer Sargent
Alphonse Mucha -Designer Art Nouveau
|Academic Realists:William-Adolphe Bouguereau
Carolus-Duran (J. S. Sargent’s teacher)
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
John William Waterhouse
How to Define Your Medium
Here are some guidelines for defining art mediums:
- Original Painting– Oil, watercolor, pastel, pen-and ink, charcoal, acrylic, etc. Include the type of substrate (e.g., Oil on canvas, Oil on board, watercolor on paper, etc).
- Mixed media – using watercolor, gouache, colored pencil, collage, painting on photograph, etc. Note: All Mixed media pieces must define the different media used (e.g., pastels on watercolor, watercolor on ink, collage of acrylics and newsprint, oil paint on photographic print, etc).
- Sculpture– Bronze, stone, wood, etc.
- Ceramics – Raku, stoneware, porcelain including firing techniques like high, low, electric kiln etc.
- Fiber Art – weaving, batik, basketry, quilts including type of fiber material.
- Fine Art Print – Serigraph (silk screen), lino-print, woodcut print, etching, engraving, etc.
- Monoprint – Defined as one of a series of reproductions of original artwork in which each print has some individual and unique differences of color, design, texture, etc., applied to the underlying common image.
- Digital Painting – Paintings or drawings done by hand on a computer using software painting and drawing tools. Note: Capable of being printed more than once. Describe type of print (e.g., Ink jet print of a digital painting).
- Computer-generated Representation – Illustrations generated directly by the computer from mathematical equations. Note: Capable of being printed more than once. Describe type of print (e.g., Ink jet print from computer-generated representation of a mathematical equation).
- Film Photograph – A photograph taken on film. Note: Capable of being printed more than once. Describe type of print (e.g., Silver halide print from film negative, Silver halide print from film transparency, Ink jet print from film negative, etc.)
- Digital Photograph – A photograph taken with a digital camera. Note: Capable of being printed more than once. Describe type of print (e.g. Ink jet print from digital image, Silver halide print from digital image, etc.)
How to size an uploadable art image:
- Pixel width by Pixel height should not exceed 2090000 pixels. In other words, 1445 pixels x 1445 pixels would equal 6 MB.
- Still have questions or problems? Try this free resizing program: http://pixresizer.en.softonic.com or you might try Pixelmator for Mac, or Picasa a free Google service.
Get Gallery Show Submission Ready
Need a Jpeg image of your artwork?
A few helpful hints:
Still having problems getting a useable jpeg or questions?
If you are unequipped to get a good image ready for submitting into a gallery or call to artist, there are those who can!
Local photo help:
(If you are a photographer equipped and able to offer this service to artists, please contact UVAA Gallery Manager at email@example.com.