Figures in the landscape - John Whytock -
#1 John Whytock, “The Writer”

Today we honor these artists who are still painting, and still winning art competitions. Those selected here have been winners in the bi-monthly PleinAir Salon in the Over 65 category. The next Salon is currently taking entries, so visit and enter your best work.

Duward Campbell, “The Raven’s Prize”
#2 Duward Campbell, “The Raven’s Prize”
Alan Wylie, “Shop Boss,” watercolor, 22 x 23 in.
#3 Alan Wylie, “Shop Boss,” watercolor, 22 x 23 in.
A Windmill in Provence by Stewart White
#4 Stewart White, “A Windmill in Provence,” watercolor, 15 x 11 in.
Spirit Cloud by Terry Widener
#5 Terry Widener, “Spirit Cloud,” acrylic, 12 x 12 in.
Boat Yard by Robert Rohm
#6 Robert Rohm, “Boat Yard,” oil, 18 x 24 in.
Allegory of Love and Life by Keith Zudell
#7 Keith Zudell, “Allegory of Love and Life,” oil
Sandra Murphy, “Hop Aboard Moose!” oil, 24 x 24 in.
#8 Sandra Murphy, “Hop Aboard Moose!” oil, 24 x 24 in.
Terry Nybo, “Cowgirl”
#9 Terry Nybo, “Cowgirl”

How to Get Your Art Featured

We have six bi-monthly competitions that culminate in the grand prize winner being revealed on stage at the Plein Air Convention & Expo each year. That PleinAir Salon grand prize winner is selected from the pool of artists who win in the 22 categories in each bi-monthly competition. The more paintings you enter, the better your chances of winning in one of those categories!

Earlier this year, artist Tom Hughes was called up to the stage to collect his big (and we mean BIG!) check at this year’s convention in San Francisco. Not only did Tom win the grand cash prize of $15,000, his winning work was featured ON THE COVER of PleinAir magazine — just think about what could happen if YOUR artwork was on the cover of a major art magazine!

Each year, we gladly award a total of $27,000 in cash prizes for the bi-monthly and annual winners of the Plein Air Salon. Someone WILL win a share of that … will it be you?

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