Laura Wambsgans, “Pacific Blues,” 14 x 18 inches

The PAC6 painters are poised to mount another great plein air exhibition this fall at Hillside Fine Art in Claremont, California. What locations will their canvases beautifully reveal, and when does the show open? Find out here.

Linda Brown, Marian Fortunati, Nita Harper, Debra Holladay, Laura Wambsgans, and Sharon Weaver — known as the PAC6 Painters — will soon be featured in a great exhibition in Claremont, California. Since 2014, this remarkable group of artists have made it their mission to capture the majesty and beauty of various American landscapes — together and en plein air.

Debra Holladay, “Coastal Access,” 12 x 16 inches
Nita Harper, “Evening in Avalon,” 8 x 10 inches

From October 7-29, the PAC6 will present a diverse range of paintings showcasing their stylistic individuality. The women will also be hosting a gallery talk that will focus on the group’s recent painting trip to Carmel and present highlights, tips, and tricks learned from painting on location in some of the most beautiful landscapes in the West, including Canyon de Chelly, the eastern Sierras, Yosemite, Bishop, Tehachapi/Hart Flat, and Joshua Tree National Park.

Linda Brown, “Fall Primaries,” 18 x 24 inches
Marian Fortunati, “Sunlight and Shade,” 12 x 16 inches
Sharon Weaver, “Autumn Glow,” 11 x 14 inches

The opening reception for the show is from 5-7 p.m. on October 7 at Hillside Fine Art. The gallery talk will be hosted at the gallery on October 29 from 3-5 p.m.

To learn more, visit Hillside Fine Art.

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