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Shelby Keefe demonstrates how you can take a good photo and turn it into an amazing masterpiece.
Shelby Keefe shares her inspiration for painting the landscape in this recent interview.
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.
In this episode of the PleinAir Podcast, Publisher Eric Rhoads chats with nationally known painter Shelby Keefe. During this engaging interview, Rhoads and Keefe discuss the artist’s go-to techniques and tricks, her life in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the current state of plein air interest in the world today. All this and more here!
“Windmill Bouquet” 24 x 18 in., plein air oil on canvas Available through the artist Shelby Keefe paints in a bold brush, realistic style uniquely her own....
Wisconsin painter Shelby Keefe chooses paintings for her collection that reflect her goals — and if they feature cars, so much the better.
“Rooftops of Crystal Cove” Oil 18 x 24 in. $3850 About the Artist: Award winning artist, Shelby Keefe paints in a bold brush, realistic style uniquely her own. Living...
Shelby Keefe stalked this scene, and it paid off. But the pressure was on.... EnPleinAir TEXAS is relatively new on the plein air circuit, but...
Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting and artist quote. This week's feature is "Sailor's Delight" by Shelby Keefe.
Shelby Keefe shares her goals and processes for the painting “Urban Patchwork.”
The story of my painting "Crossing Light" is all about light and how it leads the eye around the painting and then lands on the main character in the immediate foreground. But first I should back up and explain why I chose to paint this scene...
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.
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.
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.
To celebrate 250 days of going live on Facebook to bring encouragement and lessons to artists, Eric Rhoads invited four talented artists to "battle" over which medium would win in this light-hearted game. Watch now and find out: Watercolor, gouache, pastel, and oil ... which won?
Art Magazines > Enjoy a sneak peek of the next PleinAir Magazine (April/May 2020), showcasing artists making news in the plein air community today.
We asked some of your favorite plein air artists about their palettes and what colors — and brands — they use to create stunning landscapes.
See what happens when five plein air artists are given a few minutes each to complete a landscape painting — on stage, in front of a large, live audience!
Join a group of America’s top plein air painters for a funny, wide-ranging discussion about the practicalities, pitfalls, challenges, and triumphs of traveling by rail on a painting adventure. All aboard!
If you’re new to painting outdoors (or know someone who is), take advice from these 11 artists, including the most obvious but overlooked things you should know, and what “plein errors” to avoid.