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Plein air artist Mark Boedges shares three color charts, along with important advice on creating and using them for your next plein air landscape.
Artists from Texas to Tanzania, Scotland, Thailand, and beyond (40 countries represented in total), participated in Watercolor Live. See what you missed or relive favorite moments in this recap.
In this episode Eric interviews watercolor artist Brienne Brown on painting outdoors, framing watercolors, and much more.
"When mixing colors for the landscape, artists need to be quick on their feet," says John Hughes. "Outdoors, where the light and shadows are in constant motion, it’s important to be able to mix a color intuitively."
In this episode Eric interviews John Hughes, who is a painter, teacher, and a guest writer for Plein Air Magazine and Plein Air Today.
If not used with understanding, one’s use of color can make or break a painting. John Pototschnik explains.
In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Eric interviews Nashville native Beverly Ford Evans on how she fell in love with painting wildlife en plein air; how to enhance the scene in front of you to create a better painting; how to get better at values, and much more.
In this episode Eric Rhoads interviews artist, author, and teacher Kevin Macpherson on his upcoming demonstrations for Plein Air Live (which includes a live Q&A), and much more.
In this episode Eric interviews impressionist artist Kathie Odom about her past decade of painting outdoors, including her advice for beginning plein air painters.
In this week’s PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads, listen to the second half of this fascinating interview with Tim Allen Lawson.
This week, Eric Rhoads welcomes one of the most prominent plein air painters in America, Tim Allen Lawson.
In this week’s PleinAir Podcast, Eric Rhoads interviews landscape painter Mark Boedges, who explains why he tends to avoid greens even though they show up in his landscape paintings.
The key to an effective plein air beach scene is to keep it simple — and that goes for your equipment, your palette, and your subject.
- Bob Bahr reporting, Editor PleinAir Today - When Southern California painter Bob Francis shifted his emphasis from surfing to plein air painting, he didn’t...
In this episode of the Plein Air Podcast, Eric Rhoads interviews plein air painter and former production designer for DreamWorks Animation Mike Hernandez. Mike shares how he learned to channel his fear into creative energy and the related near-death experience that left him thinking, "What am I doing? I wanted to be an artist." This story will have your palms sweating.
In this second half of Eric's interview on the Art Dealer Diaries Podcast with Mark Sublette, Eric shares his interesting path to publishing and how Plein Air grew into a convention, Salon, and more. Listen and be inspired as he talks about the importance of doing what you love.
In this episode Eric interviews Dr. Dan Hill, facial decoder and author of "First Blush: People's Intuitive Reactions to Famous Art." In this podcast, discover how you can use the knowledge of eye tracking to get the strongest effects in your next painting, and more.
In this episode Eric interviews Mary Garrish on painting outdoors, using cold wax, and much more.
As upcoming plein air events are rescheduled in the interest of public health, we'll keep you updated so you can plan accordingly.
Carla Bosch grew up in South Africa, where her eyes “were trained to find the beauty” around her. In these paintings, it shows.