Art Podcasts > Listen to fascinating conversations with these plein air artists and experts who share their painting secrets and so much more.
Coming soon, each of the artists featured in this roundup will be teaching us even more about painting outdoors at the 2nd Annual Plein Air Live virtual art conference!
Plein Air Live is April 15-17, 2021, with a Beginner’s Day on April 14. (Book your spot now for an early-bird discount!) Even if you’re not a plein air artist, this event will open your mind and expose you to even more techniques that could greatly improve your art.
For now, enjoy the following inspiring art podcasts, all of which are part of the Plein Air Podcast with Eric Rhoads.
17 Art Podcasts to Listen to Now:
1. Albert Handell and Santa Fe
2. Bill Davidson and Life’s Path to Art
3. Camille Przewodek Offers a Number of Tips for Artists
4. Thomas Jefferson Kitts and Paint Alchemy
5. Christine Lashley on Painting and More
6. Plein Air Painter Dave Santillanes
7. Dawn Whitelaw’s Painting Approach to Plein Air and More
8. Don Demers on Marine Art, Illustration, and the “Why?” in Art
9. Debra Joy Groesser on Life as an Artist and More
10. Landscape Painter Michael Chesley Johnson
11. Nancy Tankersley on Working with Galleries, Studio vs Plein Air, and More
12. Joseph McGurl Discusses Specialty Techniques
13. Kathleen Dunphy on the Importance of Painting Outdoors
14. Kevin Macpherson on Painting in Mexico and More
15. Lori Putnam on Painting Loosely and More
16. Jean Stern and Art Collecting
17. Brenda Boylan Discusses Drawing’s Importance
Remember to join these artists and more at Plein Air Live! As long as you have a passion for art, this is one event you won’t want to miss!
Reviews for our previous LIVE events:
“This was the ultimate art workshop! So convenient being able to be at home, and have the replays. Stellar lineup of Artists. Thanks for everyone’s hard work in making this happen for us.” – Gloria Checketts Rudd
“The conference was AMAZING! I loved the demo, the critiques, the historical art information and the hysterical comedic relief. I was waiting for Bob Ross to hit his brush on his easel. So many more things I loved.” – Diane Goulet-Kozar
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