Patricia Terwilliger, of Jones & Terwilliger Galleries, has revealed her selections for the winners in the PleinAir Salon bi-monthly art competition.
In the long-standing tradition of Brandywine Valley, this project was a cooperative endeavor between area artists, local farmers markets, and the Brandywine Conservancy to bring awareness through art of the natural resources and sustainable agriculture in our region.
The story starts with a demo Donald Neff did for the Society of Western Artists in San Bruno, California. He never thought that, just hours later, he would discover a new painting technique not heard of before.
In case you missed it: An art conservator made waves around the art world after she alerted curators that, as she examined Vincent van Gogh’s 1889 “Olive Trees” with a microscope, she had found something extraordinary.
As we wish a happy retirement to one of our team members, we welcome a new one.
From colors and half pans to watercolor papers, brushes, easel accessories, and more — check out these exciting new art supplies for your next outing!
Shelby Keefe's favorite place to paint is a hillside where vehicles go to rust. "There's enough painting fodder there for the rest of my life," she says.
Learn about a newly improved digital magazine experience that’s by artists, for artists!
Artist and art industry veteran Terry Stanley explains that winning a competition hinges on doing one thing right at the onset: see what it is to increase your odds.
As you'll see in this Plein Air Convention recap, it turns out that hanging out with a thousand artists is every bit as much fun as you would think!
There comes a time in an artist’s career when she or he needs to ship paintings across the country for an exhibition. What is the best way to do this?
If you follow Lori Putnam at all, you probably realize she spends a fair amount of time on the road and in the air. That requires making sure she arrives with everything she needs safe and secure. Here are her top five preparedness tips for artists.
A painting featured in Plein Air magazine finds a home after being discovered by a reader who felt connected to it.
Discover what this group of artists got to experience while visiting Cuba with Publisher Eric Rhoads. Hint: It included much more than plein air painting!
Need a reason to enter the PleinAir Salon at the end of this month? We’ll give you 10.
Streamline Publishing, the parent company of Plein Air and Fine Art Connoisseur magazines recently announced the launch of AmericanWatercolor.net, an exciting new online community for those who love and appreciate watercolor.
Read about the Salmagundi Club's exhibition, “Landscapes: Day and Night,” including a special award given to John MacDonald.
Make a date with your closest friends because “Loving Vincent,” the animated film inspired by Van Gogh’s paintings, is now available. Watch a preview here and learn how a team of artists created oil paintings to develop an experience that connects us with the mystery of this master.
American artists joined several Russian artists for three weeks of painting, touring museums and private studios, and sharing information. What did each artist gain from the experience?
PleinAir Magazine ushers in a new chapter, welcoming Kelly Kane as its next Editor-in-Chief. The former content director of The Artist’s Magazine and longtime editor of Watercolor Artist will take over when M. Stephen Doherty retires in January.