Art Magazines > Enjoy a sneak peek of the next PleinAir Magazine (February/March 2020), showcasing artists making news in the plein air community today.
SPECIAL EDITION: 2020 ARTISTS’ GUIDE TO WORKSHOPS, SCHOOLS & ATELIERS
Whether you’re making your first steps or exploring a new path on your artistic journey, professional artists across the country and beyond are willing to share their knowledge. From ateliers to weeklong or weekend workshops, our 2020 Artists’ Guide to Workshops, Schools, and Ateliers can help you find the right opportunity for you.
PLEIN AIR PORTFOLIO: PAINT THE TOWN
“Market Street” (oil, 36 x 36 in.) by Richard Boyer, First Place winner in the August-September 2019 PleinAir Salon
Featuring elements of abstraction and suggestion, Lee’s landscape paintings save room for our own imaginations and invite us to connect with the subjects in a personal way.
With its magical quality of light, winter provides a unique plein air experience. Working in pastel and oil, this intrepid artist shares his secrets for braving the elements and painting snow.
A classically trained oil painter and relentless adventure seeker, Lee spent the past six months painting and rock climbing in Utah, Sardinia, New York City, Lake Huron, Jackson Hole, and Yosemite.
A print of Poppies Near Argenteuil by Monet looms large in Hunt’s childhood memories. Last spring, she fulfilled a lifelong connection to the artist, painting in his gardens and the poppy fields in Provence.
Working quickly to suggest form with loose watercolor washes, Bucci showcases the spontaneity and gestural quality possible with the medium.
SPECIAL FEATURE: THE 25 MOST INSPIRING LANDSCAPES
We asked artists to share their favorite places to paint plein air in the United States and around the world. Did your best-loved spot make the list?
In-depth demonstrations of basic painting principles, key techniques, and popular subjects
Studying the plein air masters of the past, Joe Gyurcsak realized that many took a similar approach to value. In this issue, he shares the process he developed based on his findings.
POSTCARDS FROM THE ROAD:
Artists share the many joys and challenges of the plein air painter’s life.
On a recent trip to Colorado, R. Gregory Summers jumped at the chance to paint the snowy riverbanks and streams.
“Advertising in PleinAir Magazine has moved our Paint Peggy’s Cove plein air event to the next level! Our registration now fills up in a few days, we get a much more diverse and accomplished groups of artists, and the quality of the work produced has improved. It has been a real game changer!” — Patricia Lindley, Paint Peggy’s Cove Event Chair
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SPACE RESERVATION: Friday, February 28
SPECIAL EDITION: 9th Annual Plein Air Convention & Expo (PACE)
PLEIN AIR PORTFOLIO: Mountain Majesty
SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTIONS: Artists’ Guide to Painting in Colorado, PACE 2020 Faculty, Outdoor Painters Society Plein Air Southwest
SPACE RESERVATION: Friday, April 24
SPECIAL EDITION: Planes, Trains & Automobiles
PLEIN AIR PORTFOLIO: Door County Plein Air Festival, Watercolor Spotlight