ThatAussieGeek

Paintings and postcards by Australian artist L.P. Baker

Sydney, Australia · 7 Sales

ThatAussieGeek

Paintings and postcards by Australian artist L.P. Baker

Sydney, Australia 7 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(4)

Announcement   You lovely people, you went and bought everything I had! Thank you all so much!

There will be new paintings and postcards here in 2018. I can't say exactly when, but please follow the shop and you'll be notified when I add new listings!

My best wishes to you all for 2018.

Regards,
Lindsay

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 26, 2017

You lovely people, you went and bought everything I had! Thank you all so much!

There will be new paintings and postcards here in 2018. I can't say exactly when, but please follow the shop and you'll be notified when I add new listings!

My best wishes to you all for 2018.

Regards,
Lindsay

Lindsay Baker

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Lindsay Baker

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(4)
nanner

nanner on Sep 27, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

A great piece! it looks wonderful in our kitchen. Thanks so much!

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About

Painting makes me happy!

Painting has introduced me to some wonderful people and given me a new appreciation for the beauty of people, places and things.

I hope that via my paintings I can share with you some of the joy and wonder I've discovered in the world.

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  • Lindsay (L. P.) Baker

    Owner

    Into art, books, games, cooking, fantasy and science fiction, steampunk, gadgets, tattoos, the supernatural, animals, naturism and good tea!

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Last updated on May 2, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

Paintings on canvas will be varnished and are therefore ready to hang as they are.

Paintings on paper should be put into a frame as soon as possible to protect them from dust and moisture.

Although I only use artist's quality materials, I recommend not hanging paintings where they will be exposed to many hours of harsh sunlight every day. Dust and moisture should also be avoided if possible. Also see "Are your paintings archival?" below.

Are your paintings archival?

All my materials are "artist's quality". Paintings on canvas should last for many decades without degradation, unless you're in a particularly harsh environment.

Paintings on paper are a little harder to predict a lifespan for. I use good quality heavy watercolour paper. I strongly recommend that you put paintings on paper into a good quality frame with a glass or acrylic face as soon as possible to protect them from dust and moisture.

The paints I use are all "lightfast" - that is, they should not fade when exposed to light. However, it's advisable not to hang or display a painting where it's going to be exposed to hours of strong sunlight every day.