Paint Anywhere in the World - Plein Air Today

Close your eyes and imagine … if you could choose any place in the world, with no limits or consequences, where would you paint?

We asked our friends on Instagram and Facebook, and we’re loving all the eclectic answers! Some are a given: Italy, the Grand Canyon, or New Zealand.

Others surprised us – some mentioned they’re just as happy and content painting locally at home, and some honored us by saying they’d choose the Plein Air Convention!

So what’s your answer? Comment below and join the conversation!


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16 COMMENTS

  1. ‘If I could paint anywhere’ implies a place I cannot go. I frequently paint Niagara Falls but cannot paint from the level of the water-there is no access to tourists or artists in many areas. The three places where I can paint from below are wonderful, but I would love to be able to get a lot closer! So powerful.

  2. Grand Teton National Park, mountains footed by lakes, Snake river, beauty everywhere or my own back yard in Pensacola where I have big oak trees, and my own waterlily fish pond plus azaleas, camellias, hydrangas, crepe myrtles, gardenias, gladiolas, lilies, zinnias, etc. Also the most beautiful beaches in the world are just 20 minutes away.

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