The Importance Of Securing Art Creations And Inventions Art as we know it can be in various forms many of which a majority of people do not see a need to protect. Music, paintings and drawings are well known types of art which should be protected by laws which ensure that the original makers do not get swindled. The laws commonly enforced and known are copyright laws which protect music artists. Inventions are made each new day, some succeed while others do not. The thinkers who come up with of a majority of them have no knowledge that their creations need to be protected from people who have intentions of stealing their creativity and make them their own. Patenting of a creation is a way through which creations are protected. This implies that anyone else who would like to use or modify the creation will have to get permission from the inventor with a written consent stating the terms and conditions. Failure to abide by them results to legal action taken against the offenders which can result to very heavy fines. Such laws may differ from Nation to nation and so should be confirmed from the right officials who can advice accordingly. The education system in many upcoming countries has been adjusted to incorporate competitions among schools whereby students use their creativity to come up with unique creations which are then viewed and graded by other experts through various criteria. Such events are held on set dates and on set premises for the schools to gather, they are commonly known as science congresses and have different rankings where the best in a particular location meet the best in other areas. Such events which are normally facilitated by the institutions have at least helped bring about good ideas from students who may not have the financial capacity to do the projects on their own. Tutors are known to assist in trying to perfect the inventions through checking for errors and also making recommendations that will better the invention. Protection of music as earlier stated is done through copyright music societies. This kind of protection shields the musicians from individuals who may want to create extra copies of the original for sale illegally, such people are known as pirates. It is immoral for a person to make a duplicate of a painting done by someone else whether it is complete or not. Artists of this type unlike musicians express through painting unique items on various forms and textures to portray a particular message. The final outcome is sometimes given a name and valued differently on exhibitions. Inventions may be subject to improvement or may have no need for adjustment on the final production at the time. As a unique piece of art creator, it is important to expose it to other people in order to get their views and remarks, this way, the efficiency of the item may be tested as well as encounter unforeseen or undetected errors during testing. Nonetheless the price will then be awarded accordingly in contrast to the initial price set by the inventor. Arts galleries are places whereby tangible works are stored and open for public viewing or used for purchase of the items. With the improvement of security systems through technology, it is vital to have such places secured to avoid physical theft by thieves disguised as customers or even being broken into when closed. The various forms of media that have come up can also be consulted on how they can be used to improve art in every way possible. David Tatham, fine picture dealer for more than quarter of a century, has an extensive knowledge of the biography L.S.Lowry. Signed, prints and drawings can be seen and purchased from the Lowry signed prints website.
LSLowry died aged 88 in 1976 just months before a retrospective exhibition of his paintings opened at the Royal Academy. It broke all attendance records for a twentieth century artist. Critical opinion about Lowry remains divided to this day. Salford Museum & Art Gallery began collecting the artist's work in 1936 and gradually built up the collection which is now at the heart of the award-winning building bearing the artist's name. Celebrating his art and transforming the cityscape again. A small quantity of paintings by the artist l.s. lowry were published as signed limited edition prints. Some of the most well known being, 'Going to the match', Man lying on a wall, Huddersfield, Deal, ferry boats, three cats Alstow, Berwick-on-Tweed, peel park, The two brothers, View of a town, Street scene.You may find some of our other websites of particular interest; the signed limited edition prints and paintings by wildlife artist David Shepherd,