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Check out this tip from Carl Bretzke on how to paint a halo of glow around light at night.
How did you get started and develop your career? My earliest memories are of my family and including my father, a painter, and mother, a...
In this demonstration from PleinAir Magazine, we see how Beth Bathe uses water-mixable oils to create the tonal landscape painting, "Pipkas Cottage."
Imbuing her work with the lessons of art history, this Maine oil painter takes advantage of amassed techniques and skills to stay in the moment and express her feelings about a scene.
And other things people say to plein air artists...
Plein air painter Richard J. Oliver shares how participating in art fairs has been more rewarding than he could have imagined.
In this episode of the Plein Air Podcast, Eric Rhoads interviews Russian landscape painter Zufar Bikbov in a fascinating conversation.
How one artist broke out of the "winter blues" and, in hindsight of this project, the biggest lesson he learned.
In this artist Q&A, Suzie Baker explains her process for painting on location, from "the big idea," to color, to how to assess a finished work.
As artists and creatives, many of us tend to be on the shy side. We like to focus on our own thing, and we enjoy being alone in the quiet, focused space of the creative process. But there comes a time when we’ll need to ...
"I always wondered why artists painted a series when there were tens of thousands of themes one could explore - until ..."
Take advantage of these in-person and virtual plein air painting opportunities from our special guide!
In this episode of the Plein Air Podcast, Eric Rhoads interviews Mark Shasha, an amazing plein air and studio artist.
How did you get started and then develop your career? Larry Cannon: I had one semester of watercolor during my architectural training but did not come back to painting until 30 years later. Once started I was fully immersed in...