See the works of artists who are still in the afterglow of the 8th Annual Plein Air Convention, and get excited about our next stop: Denver!
Recently, a large group of adventurous painters participated in the 2019 Publisher’s Invitational, also known as summer camp for artists, in the Adirondack Mountains.
Looking for a local event next month? Check out these listings of plein air events from the Northeast to the Southwest, and beyond!
More than 600 paintings will be on display throughout this annual event. Get the details in this announcement.
Ninety-five years ago, in the nation’s oldest city of St. Augustine, Florida, a small group of artists planted the seeds for the St. Augustine Art Association. Those founders followed in the footsteps of famous...
More than 50 invited artists will paint from the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Sculpture Trail, with stupendous views overlooking the National Elk Refuge.
Looking for a local event next month? Check out these listings of plein air events from the Northeast to the Southwest!
Learn why these artists are committed to an entire week of “me time,” and be inspired to save your spot so you can join them!
Over 100 artists descended on the Wabash River town in Southwestern Indiana, competing for over $20,000 in prizes and purchase awards.
The week brought many unexpected circumstances and challenges for the artists, including high winds, herds of curious horses investigating the painting, and separate encounters with a bull and a rattlesnake who were equally unamused.
Live podcasts on stage; demos in pastel, oil, and watercolor; our 2020 location reveal; pictures from an epic ’60s/’70s dance party, and more!
The scent and movement of the air, the light dancing over a scene, the subtle shifting of colors — these are all elements that find their way into this artist’s work.
Activities during this plein air event included Student Art Day, a VIP auction, a quick draw competition, and more. See who took home awards!
When our batteries run down, we’re not giving the best we can offer. Imagine a week with a big smile, just spending time painting, relaxing, and simply talking like the old days … and not having a care in the world.
The Chadds Ford Historical Society welcomes artists to challenge themselves by painting the winter season. It was a favorite time of year for the late artist Andrew Wyeth, known for his unparalleled mastery among contemporary painters for capturing what he called the “bones of a landscape” in winter.
In this four-day event, artists from across Virginia and Southern Maryland are invited to spend the week in the Northern Neck of Virginia painting our beautiful scenery en plein air.
D. K. Palecek’s explorations toward abstraction start with Wisconsin subjects of old buildings with a texture and patina that exude an earlier era.
Missing the annual Plein Air Convention is like missing the experience of a lifetime. San Francisco is going to be more incredible than ever. But if you’re allowing an excuse to keep you from coming ... keep reading.
Check out these listings for upcoming plein air invitationals and events happening all over the U.S. Which will you attend?
Have you ever dreamed of painting en plein air along the California coast? If so, you’ll want to listen to this FREE webinar, during which you’ll learn the ins and outs of painting in the San Francisco Bay Area.