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Like it or not, the final decision often comes down to this.
See how a project from the San Luis Outdoor Painters for the Environment brings awareness and support to historic land.
Have you received an email about a stranger wanting to purchase your art in a hurry? If so, you’ll want to read (and share) this warning.
Portrait and landscape artist David Leffel, who recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award, discusses his life story, from major surgeries during his childhood, to his path as a professional artist. Bonus: This podcast includes a live audience Q&A.
Shelby Keefe's favorite place to paint is a hillside where vehicles go to rust. "There's enough painting fodder there for the rest of my life," she says.
Recorded live at the Plein Air Convention & Expo, this PleinAir Art Podcast includes an audience Q&A session with Stewart White and Eric Rhoads!
Today we tip our hats to Lyn Boyer, who shared an inspirational post recently on why we try to rush toward greatness, even though we all know that time is an essential ingredient to mastering anything that’s worthy. See what she has to say about this topic, and be inspired.
This group of outdoor painters took the easels to a natural habitat that’s normally closed to the public. Get a glimpse yourself when you view their landscape paintings from the trip.
Christine Lashley gets a wide variety of responses — everything from rude negativity to nods from those in the know — when people discover that she paints with both traditional and water-mixable oils. Here are the benefits and the drawbacks as she has experienced them.
Believe it or not, value is actually more important than even this element to the design and success of a painting.
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What makes a Sorolla a Sorolla? Any time two or more outdoor painters get together to talk about this master artist, they always agree on this one thing.