Brian Keeler’s favorite painting spot? That’s a big question mark. Literally.
An extremely limited palette of colors can aid in working quickly outdoors, according to a Chicago-area architect and instructor. How?
What the Rocks Tell Us: The Ocean BasinsView Article
PleinAir magazine editor M. Stephen Doherty generally reports on the painting processes, motivations, and philosophical outlooks of plein air painters in his writing, but occasionally he writes an analysis piece based on his immense experience. His recent blog post about plein air events is generating considerable attention.
How Karen Ann Hitt made a dazzling painting without being dazzled by bright sunlight.
OPPORTUNITY: Wet Paint Event at Newport Art MuseumView Article
Florida artist Cory Wright captured one of her family’s favorite spots while vacationing at their East Tennessee log cabin. She explains the significance of the rocking chairs for our readers, below.
In this series of articles, Utah artist J. Brad Holt talks about what artists are seeing as they look at the landscape. Holt studied geology in college and is attentive to what the rocks suggest in the scenes he paints.
Under-30 Artists Spotlighted in PleinAir SalonView Article
Daggi Wallace, the judge for the California Art League’s Gold Medal Exhibition, discussed what she’ll be looking for in the entries she’ll soon be perusing. The deadline for the competition is August 12.