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Alcohol Ink Paintings
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Welcome to my Website and to bits of my life story.

I am pleased to say I am back to painting more often!

My next Art Show will be on Saturdary, May 25, 2024 - The Painted Canvas – 10am to 4pm

At the Church of the Good Shepherd – 408 – 38 Street SW Calgary

We have a lovely group of talented artists showing approximately 10 paintings each. ART CARDS will also be sold. Tea and Coffee will be served as well as some nibbles. Door prize - small painting.

On April 13th, 2024 I participated in the Federation of Canadian Artists - Calgary Chapter - Spring Art Show and Sale. The turn out was terrific! Thank you to my supporters and new collectors.

I had three pieces ready to sell that day: Prairiescape-Remnants #27 (SOLD) and #32 (SOLD) and 327 Railway Avenue.

Lori Clipperton

327 Railway Avenue (Acrylic and Pen on Cradled Canvas)

I made some fun plans recently; I am going to go to Portugal in September. My nephew, Brendan, lives there. It's been a while since I have visited with him. Since he is a proffessional travel photographer, I hope to pick up more photography tips from him. I hope to also do some plein air painting while there. Fortunatly, I will be tagging along with my sister and brother-in-law who are seasoned travellers.

It's been nine years since I became a member of the Canadian Federation of Artists, wow. I recently volunteered again, with our Chapter, this time I joined the workshop committee. I have a lot to learn in this new role but hope the learning curve won't take too long. I am also a member of the Leighton Art Centre and show with them on occassion. My art and art cards can be purchased at the Leighton Art Centre near Millarville, Alberta and in Inspire Studio, Gallery & Cafe in Medicine Hat, Alberta. PRINTS are also available through Art Magik

“I work primarily with acrylics, alcohol ink and mixed media. I love to make large spontaneous marks when I begin most paintings. These loose marks suggest routes that I can take with the work. Since I am a tactile learner it is important for me to add layers of texture to my work, allowing me to feel my way through the piece. This assists me in achieving a sense of depth. I love variety; it is a must in my art practice! Abstract thought and life’s metaphors have my interest.”

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