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An Artist's Perspective On Boats, Buildings, and Brushes

An Artist’s Perspective On Boats, Buildings, and Brushes

Vladislav Yeliseyev shares insights on painting two different landscape subjects, and the brushes he uses for them, in this artist profile from Plein Air Today.
How to paint landscapes - OutdoorPainter.com

The Visual Tools You Need to Create Atmospheric Perspective

Master these elements to give your paintings a powerful sense of atmospheric depth.
Practical Perspective: 3 Ways to Show Point of View in a Painting

3 Ways to Show Perspective in a Landscape Painting

Perspective is more than just the way a road appears to get smaller as it recedes into the distance - learn more in this guest blog post from Michael Holter.

Why This Works: Aerial Perspective and a Good Lead-In

In this series, plein air painter and instructor Jeanne Mackenzie takes a look at new paintings by contemporary artists and points out why they succeed as painted images. This week, Paul Keysar’s “Bath County Fog.”

Why This Works: Format, Key, and Aerial Perspective

In this series, plein air painter and instructor Jeanne Mackenzie takes a look at new paintings by contemporary artists and points out why they succeed as painted images. This week, Susan Paterson’s “PEI Skies.”

PACE, From an Instructor’s Perspective

The attendees at last week’s Plein Air Convention & Expo (PACE), in Tucson, enjoyed a bountiful offering of art instruction and camaraderie. But what...

From Pastel, a Different Perspective on Grounds

Barbara Clark paints in oil, but it's her pastel past that helps make her paintings so different. How?  In a pastel...

Why This Works: A Lesson in Perspective

In this series, plein air painter and instructor Jeanne Mackenzie takes a look at new paintings by contemporary artists and points out why they...

Up for the Challenge? The Editing and Perspective Obstacles in Rooftop Painting

Tired of trying to find the right scene in your area? Go up on the roof, where the challenges are many and the town's...

First-Person Perspective: Thomas Kitts at the Carmel Art Festival

Another post on this site discusses the details of the Carmel Art Festival, which wrapped up on May 19. Now read Thomas Kitts's first-person...
Plein air artist Greg LaRock, painting outdoors

Greg LaRock: In His Own Words

In a special tribute to Greg LaRock, we share previous interviews about his life in art and painting process, and special memories from his friends and loved ones.
Ginny Good painting en plein air

Just Do the Preliminary Sketch – and 25 Other Painting Aha Moments

Do you remember the first time a painting concept clicked for you? For these Dreamliners, the big "aha" moment came during plein air workshops, painting travels, and even at recent Streamline events such as Plein Air Live, the world's first online art conference. Keep reading to see if you've shared some of these special moments!
Tom Heinsohn and Paul Gallant painting outdoors

Memorial to Tom Heinsohn, Basketball Star and Artist

Tom Heinsohn's "painting buddy" shares a warm tribute to the man he knew as a plein air painter who taught him many memorable lessons.
Shelby Keefe, “Telluride Stroll” (oil, 16 x 20 in.)

Preview the Upcoming PleinAir Magazine (February/March 2021)

Enjoy a sneak peek at some of the articles coming up in the February/March issue of PleinAir Magazine, showcasing the top artists and emerging talents making news in the plein air community today.
David Brand, John Hughes, David Dean, Tom Howard, Kimbal Warren

The Benefits of Painting on Location with Other Artists

Landscape painting has sometimes been jokingly referred to as a “loner sport," but when artists come together something like magic happens. See how ...
Randall Sexton, featured in the PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads

PleinAir Podcast 200: Randall Sexton on Seeing Color and More

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Eric interviews artist Randall Sexton, who goes into why he has been experimenting with abstract art and how his approach has changed over the years, as well as thoughts on seeing color, painting greens, what happened when he added black to his palette, his art "confession," and much more.
Plein Air Podcast - Cynthia Rosen artist

PleinAir Podcast 198: Cynthia Rosen on Painting with a Palette Knife and More

In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Eric interviews artist Cynthia Rosen, who is known for her colorful palette knife landscape paintings and her "no-fear" approach.
drawing architecture landcapes - Thom Rozendaal

Architectural Subjects: To Paint or Draw?

When this artist approaches architecture as a subject in the landscape, certain factors determine if the resulting art will be a drawing or a painting. See why...

Featured Artwork: Stuart Roper

Sunlit Alleyway by Stuart Roper 12 x 12 in. oil on linen panel Available through the artist: stuartroper.com or email [email protected] “Sunlit Alleyway” was painted during the Outdoor...

Featured Artwork: Timothy Horn

Field of Dreams 12 x 19 in. oil on canvas $2,200 Available through the artist After studying graphic design in art school and pursuing a career in that field...
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