Our preference is for payments via e-transfer, and email submission of the form directly to the Board Secretary, as handler of the membership records.
Depending on your device, the form may not load as fillable. Should this occur, kindly email Les French, (firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will email you a form.
Please bring in a one-page bio/artist statement or cv for our Artist Information binder. This will help customers and other members get to know you better.
We like to help all our artists promote their work and offer a page for links to their website/instagram/email. Please let us know asap if and how you'd like to be found online.
What you need to know
To keep things easy, all exhibitions in 2021 will open on the first Friday of each month, April to October. We've also designed a new online ART REGISTRATION system. Starting in 2021 we ask that ALL member art be registered for each show prior to intake.
Intake/Outtake day is always the Sunday and Monday prior to the opening.
Special exhibitions in 2021 will include:
• Bluenose 100, July 1 - 31, an exhibition of artwork celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Bluenose schooner
• The 2nd Annual Foot Show*, Aug 6 - 28, member artwork, any theme, 12" x 12"
(* the foot show will look best if painters stick to 1.5" deep canvas stretchers, see image above for ideal display.)
Sticking to the theme is never mandatory, however non-themed artwork is less likely to be hung in the front of the gallery or in a prominent place.
If you'd like to join the gallery committee to have a voice in show themes and guest artists, let us know at email@example.com.
Joining the LAS is a great way to meet new people and discover new talents!
Do you have administrative skills? Sales? Finance? Handy with hammer? Paint roller? Social media? Born leader? Let us know, we could use your help!
To volunteer as a gallery attendant in 2021, email us at or sign up directly HERE. Sitting the gallery is a fantastic way to meet other members, artists, local visitors and see what's new on the walls. Learning the ropes is easy and you don't have to do it alone.