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Please help us welcome watercolor artist Joseph Zbukvic as a newly announced faculty member for PACE. See a gallery of his work in this spotlight.
If you find yourself near Durango, Colorado, soon, you can view almost 200 plein air paintings that are on view. See where in this exhibition preview.
Get plenty of inspiration for painting trees when you review these winning landscapes.
Mario Robinson tells us about painting figures en plein air, what it was like to be an artist and serve in the U.S. Army, and more.
Learn about the exhibition, preview the featured plein air works, and learn how to enter here.
Canadian artist and filmmaker Cory Trépanier has been exploring and painting Canada’s Arctic for over a decade. Experience the Arctic through his eyes in this preview of an upcoming exhibition (including captivating video footage from his adventures).
Thomas Eakins recognized that the oil sketch solved a critical problem for educating artists.
Haven’t been to Cuba? See what it was like when this plein air painter went outside of her comfort zone and connected with her art — and a new culture — in this exclusive Q&A.
What are the chances a small work would ever be awarded Best of Show at a big plein air event?
The art of painting is a head game. It requires a distraction-free environment that allows you to get into the painting zone and lets things go smoothly.
In this weekly series Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting from the current issue.
Congratulations to the Driggs Digs Plein Air winners! Do you know any of these artists?