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Minnesota plein air painter Bob Upton takes the responsibility of being a plein air competition judge seriously. Here, he outlines his seven “C”s criteria for judging artwork.
Natasha Isenhour, President of the Plein Air Painters of New Mexico, shares her advice on how artists can (and should) preserve your "Energy Bank."
The National Museum of Wildlife Art's Plein Air Fest 2020 will happen at www.wildlifeartevents.org, July 12 - 25, 2020. The summer event is set to...
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.
Aaron Schuerr shares what it was like to be on the Kelly Clarkson show, and how Instagram helped to get him there.
Enjoy a sneak peek at some of the articles coming up in the August/September 2020 issue of PleinAir Magazine, showcasing the top artists and emerging talents making news in the plein air community today.
Norwegian painter Magne Myhren began a fascinating plein air project that involved finding the perfect scene before painting it 40 times.
"I think we don't have a better teacher than nature." Learn more about the inspiration and art of Juliya Zhukova.
"It is very unusual for me to have such a bank of time to focus on a multiple-layer oil painting," says Gyurcsak. "I began to slowly build the history of my visual story..."
Learn from speakers on topics about art and plein air, people teaching core essentials, top star artists doing demos, artists critiquing paintings, artist discussions and roundtables, and even painting together in beautiful places. You’ll love what we’ve come up with for this.
Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting and artist quote. This week's feature is "Deepdene Sparkle" by Tara Will.
This year the school anticipates more than 30 artists who will be painting at scenic locations throughout the Hudson Valley. Learn about the deadlines and details here.
Most artists have their unique ways for going about their business. Colorado artist Michael Charron has a few notable ones involving llamas, a syndication system for selling paintings, and underdrawings with spiritual symbols and cursive writing.