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In the new issue of Plein Air Magazine, we celebrate the many ways artists respond to the landscape, presenting us with new ways of seeing and appreciating the world.
The Sedona Arts Center is celebrating The Year of the Woman as the theme for 2020, the centennial year of the 19th amendment allowing women the right to vote.
In this episode Eric interviews representational painter Kyle Ma, who shares how he balances college life with plein air painting, and much more.
In the course of a Sky Paintings Challenge, we saw dozens of different approaches to the subject matter. Two styles of painting clouds were particularly striking, in part because of their contrast to one another. Check out two ways to look at high-altitude water vapor.
In this episode Eric interviews master artist Daniel Sprick, who explains painting techniques such as linear perspective and more.
How Georgia Mansur began teaching workshops in Australia, helping to form a new community through the creative arts.
In this episode Eric interviews art historian Lyn Letsinger-Miller, who is the author of “The Artists of Brown County.”
Art Magazines > Enjoy a sneak peek of the next PleinAir Magazine (April/May 2020), showcasing artists making news in the plein air community today.
UK artist Rob Pointon shares his experience of painting outdoors at the Great Wall of China, and on location at the Painted Hall in London.
In this episode Eric interviews Nebraska artist Debra Joy Groesser, who is also President of the American Impressionist Society.
In this episode Eric interviews Tom Hughes, winner of the 2019 Plein Air Salon. Hughes shares how his life has changed in the past year, and much more.
We asked some of your favorite plein air artists about their palettes and what colors — and brands — they use to create stunning landscapes.
Painting outdoors gives you so many options! Get insider notes from Carrie Curran's advice on "Plein Air Basics."
In this episode Eric interviews Jay Moore, who had a serious near-death experience while painting outdoors.
In this episode, we welcome landscape oil painter Chuck Waldman, who was a family practitioner before he became a full-time artist.
An artist shares how he followed his muse and made his way into a rail yard to paint a burned out and abandoned train car.
New to painting en plein air? Get advice for painting outdoors with this excerpt from the new book “Plein Air Painting Tips and Tales.”
You don’t actually have to learn drawing techniques if you’re painting landscapes, right? John Pototschnik shares his insights.
An Important Message for Plein Air Event Planners
Watercolor artist Richie Vios (b. Philippines) shares how plein air painting has changed his life, and how he is enthusiastically “becoming Texan.”