John Hughes gives a recap on a recent conference in Midway, Utah, which boasts a backdrop of Mount Timpanogos and has one of the most unique farming vistas in the country.
If you find yourself near Durango, Colorado, soon, you can view almost 200 plein air paintings that are on view. See where in this exhibition preview.
“Capturing the Moment” is a major group exhibition of some of today’s foremost plein air artists in Britain.
Learn about Taliesin Plein Air, a new program designed to celebrate the arts at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin estate.
See what this year’s judge had to say about the top winners in this recent event.
Enjoy a recap of the recent Frank Bette Plein Air Paintout and see who took home awards this year.
Learn how one artist created a group show that grew to include more than 100 works of art (and see where you can view them in person).
This plein air artist has an inextricable connection with her native California landscape.
This collection is inspired by the Hudson River School paintings, which gave the world their first glimpse into the Americas and have left a huge mark on the world of art. Learn when and where you can see these works.
Preview an exhibition of landscape paintings with soft edges, atmospheric perspective, and sophisticated compositions.
Get a recap of a Southwest plein air festival and see who won first place in the various categories.
The foundation of this collection comes from Kim Lordier’s explorations of Yosemite Valley, the Monterey coastline and estuaries, and Crystal Springs Reservoir in San Mateo, CA. Preview the exhibition here.
Preview a selection of landscape paintings that are part of this current exhibition, and discover when and where you can view them in person.
Don’t miss this recap of the 12th Annual Wayne Art Center Plein Air Festival!
These painters take root in a community where arts and culture are a natural part of everyday life.
With the 8th Annual Publisher’s Invitational in the Adirondacks now completed, it’s time to plan for the next “summer camp for artists.”
Eureka Springs third annual ESPAfest saluted 17 winners recently. See who, in this overview of the event.
See how a project from the San Luis Outdoor Painters for the Environment brings awareness and support to historic land.
More than 130 artists gathered for this year’s “First Brush of Spring.” Enjoy a recap of the event here, and see who won Best in Show.
Learn about a plein air painting event near the northeast coast of Florida, including a “Quick Draw” and more.