“Many people who have had Lyme disease are terrified of going outdoors again.” That’s Deborah Lazar, a Vermont artist and a victim of Lyme disease, explaining why you and all of your plein air painting friends want to avoid this affliction. How? Lazar has some tips.
Pursuing Artful SimplicityView Article
In this series, plein air painter and instructor Jeanne Mackenzie takes a look at new paintings by contemporary artists and points out why they succeed as painted images. This week, R. Gregory Summers’s “Final Cut.”
OPPORTUNITY: Plein Air in Jasper, INView Article
Robert Francis heard his umbrella rustle, but he thought it was the wind. Nope.
PleinAir Podcast: Episode 4 – Eric Rhoads with the Late Ken AusterView Article
People love going to Rich Gallego’s birthday parties, because it means painting at a beautiful spot. The California artist plans an all-day paint-out every January.
The Appeal of GettysburgView Article
A work of art can loom large in childhood memories. David Boyd, Jr. paints representational work, but when he was a boy, an abstract painting in a friend’s home mesmerized him.