Congratulations to the winners of the recent Driggs Plein Air Festival! See who took home awards in this recap.
In this week’s PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads, you’ll learn the anatomy of painting a waterfall, the tradition of seekers of beauty, how Ken Salaz became a non-criminal pick-pocket, and much more.
Keith Wicks shares the delightful story of how he discovered his work on display in Japan.
When he creates art, especially in the field, Ohio artist Chuck Marshall effectively separates himself from his daily routine and becomes more self-aware. That separation has always been an important benefit to plein air painting.
Kelly Kane, Editor-in-Chief of Plein Air Magazine, shares a favorite painting. This week's feature is “Martha in Dry Dock” by Trey Finney.
John Pototschnik explains the six factors that determine how much you should charge for your paintings.
These artists also got some help from local well-known goats, called “the Munch Bunch” to open up a great vista.
Timothy Horn explains how he stumbled upon a subject that keeps his landscape painting journey interesting and challenging.
In this step-by-step demonstration you’ll see how Lori Putnam’s foundation, the first part of the block-in, is about pattern.
In this week’s PleinAir Podcast, Eric Rhoads welcomes California landscape painter Michael Obermeyer, whose paintings are in the U.S. Air Force Historical Art Collection in the Smithsonian Institute and the Pentagon.