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In a place with constant activity, curious children, and vibrant scenery, Ellen Howard learned why it’s important to “get out of your own way” to make the most of an art workshop.
John Hughes explains how this new way of seeing is key to your success, and the development of this skill will do more to further your advancement as a painter than anything else.
Captivated by her landscape paintings, I invited Cynthia Rosen to share with us some of her general tips for painting outdoors.
Get a recap of the recent Maui Plein Air Painting Invitational and view some of the winning paintings here.
Listen to figurative painter George Van Hook’s interview with Eric Rhoads, in which they discuss the act of copying art in order to learn how to create, and more.
If you follow Lori Putnam at all, you probably realize she spends a fair amount of time on the road and in the air. That requires making sure she arrives with everything she needs safe and secure. Here are her top five preparedness tips for artists.
A selection of plein air field studies and more...
A painting featured in Plein Air magazine finds a home after being discovered by a reader who felt connected to it.
Discover what this group of artists got to experience while visiting Cuba with Publisher Eric Rhoads. Hint: It included much more than plein air painting!
Miles of hiking through the glaciers of Montana led Linda Tippetts to paint “Sperry Chalet,” which later suffered from the park fires of 2017. Read about her thrilling trek in this guest blog post.
Listen in as Eric Rhoads interviews outdoor painter John MacDonald in this enlightening podcast about creating successful paintings and more.
Artist to artist, a message from Plein Air magazine’s newly retired Editor-in-Chief.