Roger Dale Brown on the PleinAir Podcast - OutdoorPainter.com
Plein air and studio artist Roger Dale Brown, featured in the PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads, Episode 125. The two originally met at a Publisher’s Invitational in the Adirondacks.

Eric Rhoads interviews artist Roger Dale Brown in this week’s PleinAir Podcast. Roger tells us what it’s like to live with another full-time professional artist and why they’re in separate galleries; what it was like to get caught in the middle of a nearby bank robbery; and much more.

Listen as Roger Dale Brown shares the following:
• How “the most horrifying experience” of his life got him back into painting after he left his job at an optometrist office
• Why Nashville has become such a wonderful place for artists
• What he learned from painting en plein air for 350 days in a row
• How he’s inspired by God and spirituality in art and in life

“Plein air is a tool to study. You can’t see the tones and design potentials from a photo…it teaches you how to see as an artist.” ~Roger Dale Brown

Bonus: This week’s PleinAir Podcast includes a Marketing Minute!
• Whether or not you should consider lowering your prices
• What you need to know if you’re questioning the importance of your branding

Listen to the PleinAir Podcast with Eric Rhoads and Roger Dale Brown here:

Learn more about Roger Dale Brown at www.rogerdalebrown.com.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Eric,

    Thank you for all you do for the movement! I began doing plain air in the early 80’s in graduate school at American University with Ben Summerford and Bob D’Arista. I can remember painting along the Potomac in the snow and building fires to keep my hands and paints fluid. After unfortunately surrendering to corporate life to survive K am finally back in the flow! Thank you for your commitment to landscape and it’s beauty. Loved your interview with Rodger and Don Demers.

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