Did you or your friends win? The recent winners of the PleinAir Salon, selected by world-renowned watercolorist Thomas W. Schaller, have been revealed! Find out here who took home awards and is in the running for the $15,000 Grand Prize.
A variety of great plein air works were recently created in the small town of Ocean City Maryland last week, earning several artists ribbons and cash prizes. Details here!
As the movement grows, it certainly could be as evidenced by the Wisconsin State Fair, which added this event in 2017.
Now in its fourth year, the Montague International Plein Air Art Festival enjoyed huge success in June 2017 with a record-breaking 44 participating artists and over $2000 worth of prize money. Who caught the eye of judge Brian Lorimer?
“May the ‘Plein Air Force’ be with you!” says accomplished pastel painter Susan Nicholas Gephart, who recently handed out some custom awards to the next generation of outdoor painters.
Artists both homegrown and from as far away as San Francisco, California, were featured in this year’s Paint It! Ellicott City, in hopes of earning nearly $6,000 in awards. Who did judge Hai-Ou Hou favor?
The weather was perfect, the crowds were thick, and the paintings were — well, you’ll just have to see for yourself. This may have been the best Door County Plein Air Festival ever — and I missed it! Not to worry if you did too, because the hot-off-the-press results are right here.
One of the nation’s premier painting events, Plein Air Easton, witnessed another fantastic week of camaraderie, warm weather, and stacks of brilliant paintings. Both established and up-and-coming names filled the winners list. Take a look!
This week’s northern flavor continues with some worthy results from the Duluth Paint du Nord — a third annual plein air event along Minnesota’s North Shore of Lake Superior. Who captured the cash?
A juried group of around 30 artists set out to capture historic buildings, churches, and the Rock and Crawfish rivers in Jefferson, Wisconsin, in June for a friendly plein air competition. Who did judges William A. Suys, Jr., Paula Swaydan-Gredel, and Terrence Coffman favor?
Just over 100 world-class outdoor painters participated in Utah’s premier plein air festival between June 24 and July 4 amidst the spectacular Herber Valley. With nearly 600 paintings completed, will you recognize these names that rose to the top?
Beautiful Ozaukee County hosted 150 artists from around the country between June 6 and June 13 for the popular Cedarburg Plein Air Painting Competition. Who captured awards?
My first introduction to the world of plein air was about three years ago, when I just happened to be standing near the campground host at Red Bluff Park in Davisville, Missouri, when three men from Steelville Arts Council approached the host to inquire about bringing 50 artists to the park for a day of painting. It had been over 30 years since I picked up my paintbrushes, but immediately I was drawn into the conversation when I interjected, “I wanna paint.”
For nearly the entire month of June, 10 local artists converged on Malvern, Pennsylvania, where they set up their easels and paints to capture Chester County’s historic venues and classic landscapes. You can still catch a glimpse. When and where?
The Sheridan Arts Foundation recently held the 14th Annual Telluride Plein Air event, hosting world-class artists for a weeklong paint-out culminating in a three-day exhibition and sale in Colorado.
Although the inaugural Plein Air Red Fern event in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, was relatively small, it undoubtedly had a large impact on the local arts community, featuring cook-outs, exhibitions, sales, demonstrations, and loads of fun.
$15,000 in awards and prizes were up for grabs during the latest installment of the Bucks County Plein Air Festival, held June 5-11 in Newtown, Pennsylvania. There were some big bucks collected by some big names you’ll recognize.
Thirty world-class outdoor painters recently spent an entire week in Richmond, Virginia, creating vivid plein air pictures in hopes they would catch the discerning eye of judge Peter Trippi, editor-in-chief of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine. Who reveled in ribbons?
The Red Wing Plein Air competition in Minnesota recently celebrated its 10th anniversary with a prolific display of artistic mastery between June 21-24, with juror and judge Joshua Cunningham charged with the task of determining winners in 2017. Who were they?
First-time plein air events in 2017 abound, including Fresh! in Milford, Michigan, which featured 42 regional participants and an entertaining quick draw. Do you recognize the winners?