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Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting and artist quote. This week's feature is "Bless Her Heart" by Kathie Odom.
Artist Peter Brown shares what it's like to paint outdoors in London, in spite of the frequent rain and surprising comments of passersby (you'll laugh when you see what some suggest)...
"His spirit lives on in those of us who knew and loved him and in his timeless and beautiful paintings."
Prolific artist Ken Karlic teamed up with Daniel Smith Watercolors to offer a comprehensive look into his creative process, a process he then applies to other media.
Surrounded by Hindu temples, river banks, old Indian homes, and narrow lanes, this watercolor artist was born to paint en plein air.
Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting and artist quote. This week's feature is "SoHo Rooftop No. 31, South" by Julie Davis.
In this episode Eric interviews Josh Clare, who shares the surprising advice he got about how to excel at painting and experience substantial growth as an artist; the first thing he looks for when beginning a plein air painting; studio vs plein air landscapes; saving a painting that wasn't working; and more.
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.
2020 has proven to be a challenging year to organize events where people gather in groups. But outdoor painting is a perfect pandemic-avoidance activity, even if some painters are more home-bound than others...
In this episode Eric interviews French Impressionist painter Antonin Passemard, who shares what it was like to study art through the Repin Academy; why it can be easier to teach someone painting if they've never had an art lesson; how to make one element the "main character" of your painting; and more!
Johanne Mangi explains how to use intuition when painting, and what a difference it can make when you "let go" during the creative process.
This dilemma seems to plague all artists at one time or another. Painting from the heart, or painting what sells? Is it possible to do both?
Laguna Sunset Glow by Mark Fehlman 18 x 24 in. Oil Available at Huse Skkelly Studio Gallery For me, the Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational starting in early October, is the highlight of my year. As a plein air artist, an invitation...