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Monday, 26 January 2015 16:49

OPPORTUNITY: Paint Winter in Wisconsin!

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Why paint winter in Wisconsin? We can point you to two reasons. 

Monday, 26 January 2015 16:30

OPPORTUNITY: Chestertown, Maryland

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"Paint the Town," an event on Maryland's Eastern Shore, offers three ways for artists to take home cash. 

Monday, 26 January 2015 16:21

Meet the Judge: Ken Auster

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Those thinking about entering the PleinAir Salon's December-January contest -- and thus getting a chance to win the $15,000 top award -- might want to know a little bit about the contest's judge, a man who first made a name as arguably the foremost graphic artist of the Southern California surf culture, and now paints plein air streetscapes that knock the socks off of collectors. 

Monday, 19 January 2015 17:40

Spotlight on PACE Faculty: C.W. Mundy

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It's a bit dangerous to ask C.W. Mundy what he will be doing at the Plein Air Convention & Expo (PACE) in April, in Monterey, California. It's dicey to ask him what he'll be doing in February, for that matter. Mundy takes a new tack in his art in unpredictable plunges, depending on what he sees or imagines. 

Monday, 19 January 2015 16:55

What's a Snocturne? Just What You Think It Is.

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A group of painter friends decided to paint the snowy landscape at night together. What did they learn? 

Monday, 19 January 2015 16:45

Painting Amidst a Pitched Battle

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R. Gregory Summers knew this painting experience was going to be quite different. But suddenly there were people falling down all around his feet, Native Americans were running through the woods behind him, and mock gunfire was ringing in his ears. 

Monday, 19 January 2015 16:40

OPPORTUNITY: Los Gatos, CA, and Palm Beach, FL

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Think warm thoughts…and book tickets now for upcoming plein air events in California and Florida. Doesn't that sound nice? 

Monday, 19 January 2015 16:36

Parting Shot: Passing It Down

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John A. Daniels snapped this photograph showing the love of plein air painting being passed down through generations of the Ohio Plein Air Society. 

Monday, 12 January 2015 17:14

Spotlight on PACE Faculty: Albert Handell

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Pastelists are taking note that a master of the medium is teaching at the Plein Air Convention & Exposition (PACE) this year: Albert Handell. During a recent chat, Handell explained the intricate relationship of plein air and studio work he pursues -- an approach that may surprise you. 

Monday, 12 January 2015 16:47

My Favorite Place to Paint: Bill Guffey

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Bill Guffey's favorite place to paint is man-made, but it's wild and natural. It's in farm country, but it's public property. It's scenic in the height of summer and at the nadir of winter. 

Monday, 12 January 2015 16:41

Not Idle in Winter: Jeanne Mackenzie

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Plein air artists stay busy in winter in various ways. Many just bundle up and head out to paint in the cold weather. Others have different methods to stay sharp. What does Colorado artist Jeanne Mackenzie do? She pretends. 

Monday, 12 January 2015 16:24

OPPORTUNITY: Jupiter, Florida

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Here's a good place to paint in February: Jupiter. Despite what your science teacher may have told you, it's warm there. 

Monday, 12 January 2015 16:19

Parting Shot: "I Thought We Were Living in Arizona!"

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You'd best flee to warmer climes, like, say, Arizona, if winter's chill is not your thing. Or not. 

The Plein Air Convention & Expo (PACE) has long paired two painters with a good rapport in its onstage demo program. It's safe to say the rapport between Howard Friedland and Susan Blackwood is better than the average pairing. Why? 

Monday, 05 January 2015 12:28

Parting Shot: One Painting, Cleaning Up

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Lori Putnam has a winner on her hands. She keeps entering it in competitions, and it keeps winning. 

Monday, 15 December 2014 16:21

A Portable Studio in Ottawa, a Cold Place

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In Ottawa, Canada, Patrick John Mills is brushing the snow off his equipment and painting in a busy civic center. Part of his success rests on his portable plein air studio. Part of it rests on savvy real estate investments. 

Even in a state in which the citizens dearly love their landscape, someone must work in order for the land to be conserved. The Continental Divide Land Trust, in Colorado, channels the passion Coloradans have for their state into the acquisition and management of open space. 

Monday, 15 December 2014 15:54

Painting en Plein Eau, in Curaçao

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As if going to a tropical island in February to paint isn't enticing enough, Plein Air Curaçao is offering artists the chance to paint underwater, in scuba gear or snorkeling equipment. 

Monday, 15 December 2014 15:51

Painting Outdoor Sculpture

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Ramon Hurtado recently painted this piece depicting an outdoor sculpture, and he took a moment to explain why the subject matter caught his eye. 

Monday, 15 December 2014 15:42

Parting Shot: American Vernacular, or, Land Shark!

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John W. Connors isn't naming places, but somewhere, he painted what looks like a building-eating shark. 

Do you think setting up your gear is difficult? Try hiking seven miles up rough terrain before even unfolding your easel. But for some, such as Lisa Dianne Martin, that's part of the fun. 

Monday, 08 December 2014 14:07

Winter Means Planning 2015 Painting Events

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Some artists don't even blink at the cold temperatures and snow. Others hunker down in the studio, and plan their plein air outings in the upcoming warmer months. We'll be discussing some possible destinations for winter planners in upcoming editions of PleinAir Today. First up: Woodstock, Illinois. 

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