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These painters take root in a community where arts and culture are a natural part of everyday life.
An artist shares his love (and advice) for painting the Croatian region.
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With the 8th Annual Publisher’s Invitational in the Adirondacks now completed, it’s time to plan for the next “summer camp for artists.”
When the opportunity came up to do something he had always wanted to, this plein air artist jumped at the chance to check it off his list.
Publisher Eric Rhoads interviews pastelist Liz Haywood-Sullivan, an artist who focuses on helping artists advance in their work and career, in this week’s PleinAir Art Podcast.
When this artist was given an “unwanted” set of supplies, she became hooked.
Eureka Springs third annual ESPAfest saluted 17 winners recently. See who, in this overview of the event.
Today, no matter where you are, you can watch dozens of outdoor painters bring their works to fruition.
Dalessio is an American artist who went to Italy in 1992 on a one-year trip; listen to the interview and see why he never left.
With seven waterfalls and endless gardens, artists had almost too many beautiful choices for their plein air landscape paintings.
Actually, Lynn M. Rix tried to avoid greens by painting from a boat ... and she ended up with a lot of green. How so?