Matt Chinian isn't anti-social, he just likes the meditative feel of painting alone. Yet he still competes in plein air events. Why?

Monday, 20 October 2014 15:17

Parting Shot: Put a C on It

New York-based painter Tony Winters stole a morning away from his architectural work to paint the confluence of the Harlem and the Hudson rivers, at the tip of Manhattan.

Monday, 20 October 2014 15:07

L.A. Gets a New Plein Air Event Featured

Another opportunity for L.A. painters opened up when art supplies retailer Raw Materials sponsored the Los Angeles Plein Air Festival, a four-day event that wrapped up October 12. More than 100 artists participated in the inaugural edition of the festival in downtown L.A.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014 09:47

What Successful Events Have in Common

What do Plein Air—Easton, Plein Air Southwest, the Door County Plein Air Festival, Finger Lakes Plein Air, the Frank Bette Plein Air Paint Out, and the Paso Robles Festival of the Arts all have in common?
Saturday, 11 October 2014 12:06

Second Year a Second Success in Bath County

In its second year, the Bath County Plein Air Festival in Virginia again succeeded in making its participating artists feel extremely welcome and comfortable. How?

Saturday, 11 October 2014 12:00

Mackenzie Honored in Wilderness Act Event

Colorado artist Jeanne Mackenzie, a regular contributor to PleinAir Today, received top honors at the Wilderness Act Art Show, in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Saturday, 11 October 2014 11:49

OPPORTUNITY: Painting the Civil War

Painters in Texas and those able to travel there may want to consider taking their easel to Hempstead, Texas, on November 22, for a reenactment of Civil War army camps at the Liendo Plantation.

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