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PleinAir Podcast: Episode 52 – Michael Orwick and How Expectations Kill Experiences

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews artist Michael Orwick. After discussing the artist's early development as an illustrator, Rhoads and Orwick delve into "Studio Everywhere"—an artistic philanthropic foundation to aid children around the globe founded by the Orwick's in 2015.

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 51 – Carl Bretzke’s Transformation

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews the quickly ascending Minneapolis-based artist Carl Bretzke. Throughout the interview, Rhoads and Bretzke discuss the artist's choice to retire from a medical career and pursue painting full-time, a transition that involves a number of important challenges and strategies that many artists face.

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 50 – Kim Casebeer and Navigating the World of Pastel

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads dives into all things pastel with accomplished artist Kim Casebeer. Among the topics considered include how to market pastel paintings to collectors and galleries, technical approaches to pastel and how it differs from oil painting, and mastering critical concepts such as composition, shape, light and value, and color mixing. You can't listen to this episode without learning something new and important!

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 49 – Morgan Samuel Price Fosters Passion and Intrigue

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews highly successful artist Morgan Samuel Price, who has been painting professionally for almost 40 years. During their talk, Samuel Price details her connection with the Cleveland Art Museum as a child and the artworks that fostered her deep interest in color, light, and texture from brushstrokes.

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 48 – Thomas Kegler Talks Talent and Embracing Failure

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, landscape master Thomas Kegler joins Publisher Eric Rhoads at the venerable Salmagundi Club in New York City for what can only be described as a revealing and enlightening discussion. Apart from chatting about Kegler's path to artistic success, the two embark on a fascinating philosophical journey that touches on talent, failure, faith, and much more.

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 47 – Joan LaRue and ‘Why Plein Air?’

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews artist JoAnne Larue, who has an important message for our listeners you don't want to miss. Although originally interested in fashion design, Larue eventually found inspiration through the works of Kevin and Wanda McPherson. The rest, they say, is history.

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 46 – Peggi Kroll Roberts Prevails

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews the accomplished plein air painter Peggi Kroll Roberts. Rhoads and Roberts have an entertaining discussion about the artist's journey to national success, which involved a breakthrough art show and prevailing through hard times. We know you'll be inspired after listening to this!

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 45 – How Andy Evansen Avoids Heavy Detail

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews Plein Air Painters of America President Andy Evansen. In addition to detailing his commercial illustration background, Evansen and Rhoads discuss how the artist avoids heavy detail in his painting and why watercolor fits his style best. Listen now!

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 44 – Cory Trépanier’s Journey Into the Arctic

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews Cory Trépanier, creator of the wildly successful exhibition “Into The Arctic”. From Trépanier’s four painting expeditions to the Canadian Arctic, during which he traversed 25,000 miles, the exhibition features over 50 oil paintings of stunning depth and quality, many of them ranging from 5 to 15 feet wide, accompanied by his Into The Arctic films, which have been broadcast globally. Following its premiere at the Embassy of Canada in Washington D.C. in January, the exhibition is touring museums across North America until 2020. Rhoads and Trépanier discuss all things plein air and “Into The Arctic” (http://www.intothearctic.ca).

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 43 – Bryan Mark Taylor and “The Master’s Mind”

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews painter, lecturer, and inventor Bryan Mark Taylor. In this episode, Rhoads and Taylor talk at length the artist's DVD video "The Master's Mind", which delves into the ways you can achieve master status using a few simple techniques. Find out what you're missing here. . .

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 42 – Antonio Masi and Watercolor’s Advantage

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads sits down with American Watercolor Society President Antonio Masi. As one could expect, Rhoads and Masi delve into all things watercolor, discussing the medium's advantages over oil and how the artist makes his colors "personal".

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 41 – Lynn Gertenbach’s Russian Secrets You Need to Adopt

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews painter Lynn Gertenbach. A lover of outdoor painting and some figurative subjects, Gertenbach delves into her 15-year exploration of pastels and her lessons from studying at the Russian school. In this podcast, Rhoads and Gertenbach discuss at length the painter's techniques with color, value, and composition.

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 40 – Karl Dempwolf on the Importance of Outdoor Painting

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews German immigrant and adroit plein air painter Karl Dempwolf. Recounting his various careers in film, photography, and education for handicapped children, Dempwolf details his choice to begin painting full-time and why he feels that outdoor painting is pure joy.

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 39 – Michael Godfrey, 400 Paintings, and Intuition

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads chats with acclaimed painter and PleinAir Convention faculty Michael Godfrey. A North Carolina native, Godfrey and Rhoads discuss the artist's southern roots and the moment he became an artist. Later, the two consider the importance of working intuitively and why the number 400 is important. All this and more in a fantastic episode!

PleinAir Podcast: Episode 38 – William Davidson and Life’s Path to Art

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews artist William (Bill) Davidson, a signature member of the Oil Painters of America and American Impressionistic Society. Davidson and Rhoads consider a range of important topics, including losing one's ego, the importance of value, and what to do when life says "You should be an artist!"

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