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Take a closer look at her plein air oil painting, “A Negative View of Saloons.”
This artist has plans to stop and paint every five miles as she walks 1,000 miles of the Way of St. James, sharing its unique sense of place through 200 plein air paintings.
In this weekly series Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting from the current issue.
Tomas Honz has an impressive body of work focusing on various sky conditions. It was not done without a fair amount of adversity.
Today’s spotlight on artists painting landscapes is Bob Rohm, who offers a video workshop on painting landscapes - specifically trees - trees in oil.
This week’s podcast with Eric Rhoads features Jill Carver, whose work “explores the dialogue between abstraction and realism.”
Don’t miss this recap of the 12th Annual Wayne Art Center Plein Air Festival!
Congratulations to these plein air artists!
As we wish a happy retirement to one of our team members, we welcome a new one.
This week’s podcast features a tattoo artist whose passion includes painting with watercolor en plein air.
From dealing with curious spiders to accidentally setting up on a nude beach might be enough to make one question plein air painting . . . Julie McGowan explains.
Represented by Total Arts Gallery, Chinese artist Huihan Liu creates painterly works when plein air is “difficult, if not impossible.”